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Old 12-23-2006, 02:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if it was possible to check (and reply to) e-mails at my BB.net address from my computer? I have T-Mobile and a Pearl.

I was also wondering if I can remove that line that says "Sent from T-Mobile" or whatever on outgoing e-mails sent from my Pearl.

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Old 12-23-2006, 02:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was wondering if it was possible to check (and reply to) e-mails at my BB.net address from my computer?
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I was also wondering if I can remove that line that says "Sent from T-Mobile" or whatever on outgoing e-mails sent from my Pearl.
The auto-signature is configured within the BIS Website and may be edited to fit your personal preference.
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Old 12-23-2006, 02:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You can set up an auto cc: to another email address for your replies - and also change the signature line on the BIS web portal-click on edit next to the main account
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You can set up an auto cc: to another email address for your replies - and also change the signature line on the BIS web portal-click on edit next to the main account
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Thanks,

I also have another dumb question (this is my first Blackberry, so there will be many more dumb questions coming :D)

How do I dial letters? On a regular phone, ABC are 2, DEF is 3, etc. But since the letters and numbers don't match on a Blackberry, how can I dial a phone number with letters in it without memorizing which letters are on each number
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I also have another dumb question (this is my first Blackberry, so there will be many more dumb questions coming :D)

How do I dial letters? On a regular phone, ABC are 2, DEF is 3, etc. But since the letters and numbers don't match on a Blackberry, how can I dial a phone number with letters in it without memorizing which letters are on each number
There are many threads on this. Use the alt key and double tap the letters you want. The BB will convert it to the proper number. It works fine but almost takes two hands to do.
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