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Blackberry Bold 9900 Contacts to Outlook 2010

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I have a Blackberry Bold 9900 that I am trying to move the contacts, notes and tasks to Outlook 2010.  I am using Blackberry Desktop, v7.1.0, to try to accomplish this.

The notes and contacts appeared to have moved.  I say appeared as I am not sure all were copied into Outlook.  None of the contacts where copied.

RIM support has been no help.

Is there a way to export the contacts to either a CSV or Tab file.  My research says the only way is one contact at a time.

There are lots of pictures on the BlackBerry.  Would deleting the photos, freeing up memory help?

Thanks

Len
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Would deleting the photos, freeing up memory help? - This would simply get you some freed space not memory

And if Desktop isnt helping i guess the only way would be one at a time

- Rancy
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by:SriHarsha K
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Hi,
Please check the below link and let us know the status.

http://forums.crackberry.com/general-discussion-f2/import-address-book-outlook-47654/
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I ended up going the Google route.  I link the contacts, calendar and notes to a gmail account, uploaded the info to Google.  Configured Outlook 2010 for a gmail account, downloaded.  Once everything was verified, I turned off the BB.  It now resides in my junk electronics box in my basement.

thanks for all of the suggestions.

Len
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Because no one else replied with a workable solution
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