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The Missing Sync for BlackBerry 1.0 released

updated 05:55 pm EDT, Tue March 27, 2007

Sync BlackBerry on Macs

Mark/Space has released The Missing Sync for BlackBerry 1.0, providing reliable synchronization for Mac users with BlackBerry handhelds. BlackBerry owners can synchronize contacts, email, calendar events, music, notes, photos, and tasks to and from their Mac computers with the new software. Tested BlackBerry models include the 7100 series, 7290, 7250, 7520, 7130, 8700, 8707, 8703, 8705, 8100 series (Pearl), and 8800 series. New licenses of The Missing Sync for BlackBerry 1.0 are priced at $40, and require Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later. The company is also offering owners of qualifying Missing Sync products, including the Palm OS and Windows Mobile editions a 50 percent off "crossgrade" price.




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  1. jwdsail

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    So far, so good, for 1.0.

    Bought it tonight, and so far, so good.

    For a 1.0 product, I'm impressed...

    A few things not working as I expected... photo syncing only seems to work from the mini sd card, not device memory.. had to move a few photos from the phone to the card and re-sync to get that to work... contacts hand typed on phone didn't seem to go into my contacts list I had designated in the prefs for syncing, showed up in the general address book tho...

    Nice product, worth the $$$...

    jwd

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