Configuring Synchronization Settings - BlackBerry Desktop Manager (Macintosh)
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Configuring Synchronization Settings - BlackBerry Desktop Manager (Macintosh)

  1. Connect the device to the computer using the USB cable / cradle.
  2. Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
    Note From the Macintosh desktop, navigate Finder > Applications > BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
  3. Click Calendar, then click Sync Calendar.
  4. Click the desired synchronization method.
    Two Way
    Calendar changes are synchronized to the device and desktop application
    Do not Sync
    Disables calendar synchronization
  5. Ensure the desired sync is selected then click the desired calendars.
    Note To sync all calendars, ensure All Calendars is selected.
    Caution If Selected Calendars is chosen, but a calendar isn't selected, all device data is deleted when synchronizing calendars or tasks.
  6. Click Contacts, then click Sync Contacts.
  7. Click the desired synchronization method.
    Two Way
    Contact changes are synchronized to the device and desktop application
    Do not Sync
    Disables contact synchronization
  8. Ensure the desired sync is selected then click the desired groups.
    Note To sync all contacts and groups, ensure All Contacts and groups is selected.
  9. Click Notes, then click Sync Notes.
  10. Click the desired synchronization method.
    Two Way
    Notes changes are synchronized to the device and desktop application
    Do not Sync
    Disables notes synchronization
  11. Ensure the desired sync account is selected:
    • Entourage Notes
    • Apple Mail Notes
  12. Click Tasks, then click Sync Tasks.
  13. Click the desired synchronization method.
    Two Way
    Tasks changes are synchronized to the device and desktop application
    Do not Sync
    Disables tasks synchronization
  14. Ensure the desired Tasks from is selected then click the desired calendars.
    Note To sync tasks from all calendars, ensure All Calendars is selected.
  15. Click Sync.
Last Modified: July 15, 2013
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