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Old 04-08-2007, 09:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just added my yahoo account in BIS. I thought that would be it, but I'm not getting mails sent to my BB Pearl.

I've tried to find solutions by searching the threads, but haven't. One user stated in a previous thread to go to "setup email" in the Options of the BB. Well, I don't have that choice under options.

Am I doing something wrong? Yes, I'm new as I've only had this thing for 1 day.

Thanks for any assistance.
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Try resending your service books.
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RoadRider - I've sent them twice, but they never seem to make it to my phone. I do have "Data Services" turned ON under my Network settings.
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Send yourself PIN message. If it is not going through the problem you have is with data service in general.

If it goes through- the problem is limited by BIS. Create blackberry email address in BIS account and see if it works. If that does not work- call customer support. Blackberry email address should always work.
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Well, I finally figured out what the problem was - the knuckleheads at the Cingular store didn't activate my data plan!

Needless to say, I should now have sore thumbs soon enough.
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