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Old 06-28-2005, 01:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I seem to be having a problem receiving mail on my blackberry in which Verizon is the provider. I have noticed that email messages that are in my Outlook client are not coming through on my phone.

I think it is only when i am CC:'d in an email message.
Also, I had a question about how I originally configured my email settings:

I registered my email addresses on the blackberry site. Now it never asked for my POP settings so I am wondering how it is pulling the mail down?
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It isn't. It's probably sending them via BlackBerry Redirector on your Desktop.
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I am not using the blackberry redirector. I don't even leave my machine on when i am away from it and I still get 90% of my emails.
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You have four options.

1) BlackBerry Redirector is doing its thing.
2) People are emailing your [email address] address.
3) You are forwarding emails to your [email address] address.
4) The BWC has been configured to pull your email.

Thats it. Thats the only way for email to get to your BlackBerry.
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I am sure it is #4...i know it has to be pulling it from somewhere...the thing is is that it never asked me for the settings. It it possible it just used the [email address] settings...meaning it by default used mail.domainname.com for the incoming and outgoing servers?
I definitely don't have redirector installed and when I created the account it asked for the email addresses and the passwords...never the POP settings.
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Login to the BWC page and see how it is getting those emails then!
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I don't mean to sound like a complete idiot because I do know that atleast part of this is working...when I log in to the BWC page and click on the link to customize the settings for my additional email accounts it only shows me a email address and password...nothing is there for POP settings...it that how it should be? I am sorry for dragging this on, I just want to find out why I am not getting 100% of my mail. Thanks for your patience
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This means that email is being forwarded to the BlackBerry address, or that people are emailing you there.

The BWC must either pull from sources of email, or receive it via SMTP.
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