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Old 11-08-2012, 12:22 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ZombieBerry View Post
try typing into your browser, it will register you on the BlackBerry Wireless Network.

The downside is that you may have to enter your e-mail account(s)' information again to begin receiving any further e-mail.
I searched for background on this and couldn't find anything. I understand the words, "register you on the BlackBerry Wireless Network" but I'm wondering exactly what that entails. One question, for instance, is whether this is of use to people who need to do something with their email, like rensend service books, validate a password, or whatever, but the email setup app on the handset fails to connect. What are the uses and limits of pointing your BlackBerry browser to that URL?

As I say, I've been searching and haven't found anything. Would have thought I'd find a KB article that references it.
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