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Old 01-24-2009, 04:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Friends, thought I would share. Sticky this if this is new to folks.

Lets say you have Google Apps and have 2 or more domains linked to one account. Do the following to set Reply-To for multiple accounts.


I own and

My google apps is registered under

I setup a nickname info under, so I can get emails as [email address] and [email address]

On blackberry, you can only register [email address], until now...

I have TMo, so go to your respective BIS
-Go to your BIS, and then Add Account
-Enter [email address] in with password and the continue
-It will fail! Then choose add a personal email address
-Then for your username, type in [email address]. Also enter your password, email server and for the email address (this is important), be sure to provide [email address]
-BIS "should" detect the email address and add it to your email addresses


Now in the [email address], you want to create a filter that all emails "To" [email address] be blocked

Then send an email to your self and you can now Reply-To using [email address] email address via your berry!

This is great for those of us that may have two or more domains inside of one GoogleApps account. I have the free account and this worked, so I am sure it would work for Premier.

Hope this helps some of us with the Reply-To issue with GoogleApps and blackberry!!!!!

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Old 03-12-2009, 11:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Tried this this evening and couldn't get it to work. BIS just kept reporting that "This account has already been added to your BIS".

The only difference in what I am trying from the above, is the that it is not a nickname, it's a actual user.

Anyone have any ideas?

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