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Old 10-19-2004, 06:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While accessing the T-Mobile/ Blackberry Web Client interface, I noted the server name was an imap subdomain.....

I was wondering if anyone had found a way (or got permission) to access the Blackberry Web Client email via a 3rd party IMAP client, like Outlook Express.

It would sure make dealing with BWC quicker.

Anyone try this?
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You can have BWC pull IMAP emails....

However, I have not heard of accessing stored emails on BWC directly using a desktop IMAP email cient. (As far as I know)
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