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Old 10-19-2007, 08:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just purchased a blackberry 8300 and want to configure email. I have a blackberry email address of [email address] which works fine but its not what I want.
I have an outlook email addresses of [email address] and [email address]. Is it possible to have an email address of [email address] and have these emails sent to my blackberry device.
Any advice for an absolute begginer welcomed !

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Bob, welcome to the Forums.

Yes, why do you want to create a new third email address? Just have your email you already have pushed to your BlackBerry like it is supposed to work.
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That way, you see all on your BB, same as your Outlook, and you don't have to confuse people with a new third email address when you send one from the BB.

Ask back if you are not sure.
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you are correct in that I would like outlook emails just to be pushed to my blackberry. I went into the email set up wizard and it asked me "Has your Blackberry Enterprise Server Administrator provided you with an an Enterprise Actuation password ? "
What is this ? How do I get one ?
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BES is primarily a corporate email setup. Did your company provide your BB? Do you have an IT/BES administrator?

If you have a personal device, trying to add it to a company network, you need to contact those IT people in your business.

If yours is a personal email account, you don't want Enterprise Activation, you want BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS).
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