have the 8130 which comes with 4.3 OS and use it on the VZW BIS for personal emails and such. I sync with my laptop for my work calendar and contacts though (Lotus Notes version 7 but calendar app does not matter). After a week of using the BB I added a some calendar entries into Lotus and then sync’ed the BB to get them on there but nothing sync’ed on the calendar. Dismayed I check all my settings and even reset DM sync settings and readded. Nothing worked. I contacted VZW but since the 8130 is so new they don’t know much about it so I was transfered to RIM.
After more than an hour of trying different things and never getting the calendar to sync (everything else does fine) we found that with the 4.3 OS it creates a calendar service book for each BIS email address (we know that, it has a multiple calendar thing) but that it does not create a default calendar for DM syncing. Since no default calendar is created there is nothing for the DM to sync with.
The fix was to go into the service books and delete all the CICAL service books for each email address. There is one per address. After doing that we reset and readded the sync configuration in DM. On the next sync it creates the default calendar and it will now sync with DM.
My recommendation is to get rid of the calendar for each email address. Why would I want to have appt’s on 4 different calendars? I have enough trouble doing everything in my one calendar!
But anyways, if you have the same issue that is the fix and if you resend the service books to your BB then you must again delete the CICAL service books for each email address so that sync works. RIM is aware of this issue and are tring to find a fix but this was their work around for now.

from: http://www.blackberryforums.com/general-8100-series-discussion-pearl/106476-blackberry-desktop-outlook-calendar-sync-issues.html

IceRocket Tags:

1)    Open your document library.

2)    Click on settings> document library settings.

3)    Select the link – advanced settings under the column – general settings.

4)    Select yes for the option – allow management of content types. Click on OK.

5)    Select – ‘add from existing site content types’.




6)    Select – link to a document. Click ADD, click OK.




7)    Now open the document library. Click new > link to a document. This will be used to create a link to a document in a different document library.




Posted by: nbharris | August 22, 2008

breitling aerospace

watch settings



Posted by: nbharris | August 22, 2008

Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth pairing & user manual

pairing video

pdf of pairing

User manual

Posted by: nbharris | August 18, 2008

Installing Jivetalk on Blackberry 8120 OS 4.3

from: http://www.beejive.com/download/blackberryComplete.htm

BeejiveIM for BlackBerry v1.1

Windows PC Installation:

  1. Extract the contents of the zip file you downloaded.
  2. Start the BlackBerry Desktop Manager that came with your device (see you BlackBerry installation CD).
  3. Connect your BlackBerry device to your computer with a USB cable.
  4. In the BlackBerry Desktop Manager, click the Application Loader icon.
  5. Click Add and browse to the location of the unzipped BeejiveIM files.
  6. Select the .alx file and click Open.
  7. Click Next and then click Finish. This will load BeejiveIM to you BlackBerry.
  8. After the loading process completes, locate the BeejiveIM icon on your BlackBerry and launch the application.

Dealing with installation problems:


Posted by: nbharris | August 15, 2008

Lightroom plugins




combining slideshow albums in the same gallery


Watchout – buttonspacks don’t work in LR version

Posted by: nbharris | August 15, 2008

Installing Mini Opera browser on Blackberry Pearl 8100

Follow these links:



The accept button is found by clicking the menu key

Posted by: nbharris | August 15, 2008

sub domain info


Posted by: nbharris | August 14, 2008

SNOM M3 and OrbTalk – outbound proxy port is different

When using the SNOM M3 ensure you have the up to date firmware, to be compatible with OrbTalk use V1.16 or later.

The firmware version can be seen on the web configuration home page, see highlighted below


snom-m3-SIP/01.16//03-Jul-08 13:43

If you have old firmware, or you cannot see this information on the home page, you should update the firmware by the following method; using a handset registered to the base station:

1. Click menu central key (menu displays)

2. Click up and click ok [menu centre key] (settings menu displays)

3. Navigate down to the System settings option and click ok

4. Enter your pin code [default 0000]

5. Navigate to Firmware update and click ok

6. The latest version is displayed click ok

7. And wait – this takes ages – but wait for it to end and automatically reboot

The new firmware should be installed. Browse to the M3 web configuration home page, login, select the setup identity you want to configure and enter the OrbTalk details as shown below:

The display name is the calling line ID you want the called phone to display

The Account name is anything you want as it is only displayed on your system handset(s)


Posted by: nbharris | August 14, 2008

User guide for Plantronics SupraPlus Wireless Headset

Plantronics CS351A


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