Originally Posted by ~Darkseeker~
cheers for link i knew about RIM but their site seems as illogical as their products. lol
the only thing i remember is each time you want to join a different Wi-Fi network, unlike most smartphones where you just turn wifi on and tap connect and enter the key, on BBs you have a whole wizard setup to go through.
yea, i remember my first job out of college, I was tasked with setting up the Exchange server to work with the Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES). After some research it was like:
"Go through this 900 page checklist to make sure your Exchange server is prepared"
... so i did and then i realized: "ok, 850 items in this list don't match my Exchange server. I better Call RIM:
: "Hello RIM, 850 out of 900 don't match, what do i do?"
: "don't worry about it, just install!"
so i did, and it worked. I was amazed. Spent a week trudging through that manual!
The solution prior to BlackBerry was PALM pilots!!!