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Old 08-02-2005, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I setup my BlackBerry email account on the BB. I told it to check on a POP account which didn't seem to be working until I did a reboot. Once the reboot was done, it downloaded all the mail from the POP account so I thought all was well right?

Well, I sent more test mail to the account and 10 minutes later it still wasn't there...so I did another reboot and guess what, it downloaded on the reboot.

What might be wrong? Email sent to my BB address comes through in about 30 seconds but I don't want to actually forward all my mail unless I just don't have any other option.

That leads to my next question...if I forward all the mail I'll obviously need to know the address to access the web client for the BB mail. Where would that be if I'm using a BB on T-Mobile?

I hope I didn't ask a repeat question but I searched a bit and didn't hit on it...maybe I'm missing some terminology that you guys use in relation to this so it's not coming up for me.

Thanks, Mike
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Old 08-02-2005, 08:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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BWC (now called the BlackBerry Internet Service, or BIS) polls the POP3 accounts every 15 minutes and pushes the e-mail. It can be more frequent, but on average it is every 15 minutes.

Not sure about your next question....
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