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Old 08-10-2009, 11:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Newbie here, I have a curve 8300 how can I get Outlook Web access to work properly? I can a view of my emails but can not click on anything to open or reply

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You might have to try a different browser like Opera Mini or Bolt browser.

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I use Outlook web access with my work. Am able to get on it no problems with Opera Mini.
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Ditto Trimix. Opera Mini works fine.
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Newbie here, I have a curve 8300 how can I get Outlook Web access to work properly? I can a view of my emails but can not click on anything to open or reply

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Is there any reason you are choosing to access OWA through the browser?

Why not just integrate your OWA account with BIS and get your email on the device the correct way? ;)
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Thanks for the replies I tried it this morning and so far still can not get it to run properly.
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Is there any reason you are choosing to access OWA through the browser?

Why not just integrate your OWA account with BIS and get your email on the device the correct way? ;)
Not sure what the OP's reason is, but my company's policy is that no official company communication can be stored on non-official devices. I can check my work email over the web, including on my personal Blackberry, but I'm not allowed to push or pull it.
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Not sure what the OP's reason is, but my company's policy is that no official company communication can be stored on non-official devices. I can check my work email over the web, including on my personal Blackberry, but I'm not allowed to push or pull it.
Perfectly valid reason.
Curious to see if the OP is in a similar environment, or simply doesn't know that BIS exists or that it is compatible with OWA.
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My company has a strict policy they will not support or give out information to non company blackberry's. With our OWA access we can read, create and send emails. Co workers I have talked to that have other styles of blackberry's can get onto the web access with their blackberry's. I just cant seem to get on with my curve.
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