Can anyone help me get my Outlook addresses to my I1 phone such that they are fully usable??? I bought this phone assuming I could download my Outlook addresses into a smartphone. The DejaOffice app did that, but it doesn't allow me to do much (i.e., it sets up a very weak seperate app that as far as I can tell, can't text more than one person at a time, can't search by just typing in a name, and can't use the voice function to find anything). In other words, by switching to Deja Office, I lose most of the functionality of a decent smartphone. So then I turned to google, which supposedly has a relationship with Boost Mobile. I downloaded my entire address book to google (which isn't my first choice, as I know that it exposes me to a wor... (continues)
Sorry I can't help - all I can do is add other related problems. I got an i1 to replace my Blackberry 8350i which took a bath in a swimming pool. I thought I was upgrading but I wish I had just purchased another BB. I had the BB contacts all sync'd with the Outlook native address book but, search as I might, I could not figure out how to xfer the Windows address book to the i1 and I revolted at the idea of punching in a hundred contacts on a touch screen. I appreciate the 'DejaOffice' hint and will try that out of desperation. Any other hints would be really appreciated.
Also, the i1 POP3 service deletes all e-mail messages from the server as soon as they are downloaded and makes them unavailable for my regular laptop - and then doe... (continues)