How to synchronize my BlackBerry with my Desktop Computer (Mac OS X)

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We will cover the subsequent parts of your Blackberry and desktop application for synchronization:

  • Address Book
  • Calendar
  • MemoPad
  • Tasks

Please stay in mind that we are not covering the synchronization of Mails in this editorial. We determination do so later I guess. The setup that is used for this presentation as followed:

  • BlackBerry Pearl (BlackBerry OS 4.2 from HKCSL)
  • PocketMac
  • Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger powered MacBook
  • iCal, Address Book, StickiesNotes

    You can use this procedure for your setup as well. E.g. you are using another BlackBerry model (71xx, 72xx, 75xx, 77xx, 87xx, 88xx or Curve) the setup is the nearly the same. To get your Mac’s data synchronized with your BlackBerry and vice versa proceed as followed:

    1. Be sure you have PocketMac installed on your Mac already. If not you can get it for free here.
    2. Connect your BlackBerry to your Mac (PocketMac currently only supports USB and serial port).
    3. Start PocketMac by clicking the icon.
    4. Click on BlackBerry.

    You should see your device name an PIN on that papocketmac_notesge. If not, make sure you connected your BlackBerry to your Mac already and restart PocketMac. Unlike the “BlackBerry Desktop Manager” for Windows PocketMac does not recognize devices that are attached during its runtime.

    Click on the Contacts button to open the contacts tab.

  • Activate the “Sync Contacts [...]“ checkbox to enable contact data synchronization in general. Below you find a list of supported contact management programs. As I am using Apple’s Address Book, I checked that one. You should check the appropriate checkbox according to the program you are using. You can also tweak the setting for the specific program you want to synchronize with at “Advanced Preferences…”. That’s it, we are done for contacts.
  • Click on the Calendar button to open the calendar tab.
  • In here we also check the “Sync Calendar [...]“ checkbox to enable calendar item synchronization. As my configuration uses iCal for calendar items I selected “iCalCalendar”. That’s it, we are done for calendar items.
  • Click on the Tasks button to open the tasks tab.
  • In here we also check the “Sync Tasks [...]“ checkbox to enable task synchronization. As my configuration uses iCal for task items as well I selected “iCalCalendar”. That’s it, we are done for tasks. (Hint: The program on the right - NextAction! - is compatible with PocketMac and therefor with all applications PocketMac can synchronize your BlackBerry with. It is world’s best GTD application for BlackBerry® Wireless Handhelds!)
  • Click on the Notes button to open the notes tab.
  • In here we also check the “Sync Notes [...]“ checkbox to enable notes synchronization. As my configuration uses StickiesNotes for notes on my Mac I selected “StickiesNotes”. That’s it, we are done for notes.
  • Click on the Bookmarks button to open the bookmarks tab.
  • As I am not using Safari for desktop browsing I don’t synchronize that. But those of you who like to use Safari can synchronize your Safari’s bookmarks to your BlackBerry. To do that, just activate the “Push Bookmarks [...]“ checkbox. That’s it, we are done for bookmarks.
  • Now you can press the “Sync” button in the top right corner of PocketMac to synchronize your BlackBerry with your Mac and its programs. Follow the instructions. If there are any conflicts between your device’s and desktop’s databases you will be notified. You should check all notification carefully as they might contain important information

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