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Old 03-22-2005, 08:42 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Hi, I'm a sys admin for an insurance company office in Bermuda. Though, I went to school for graphic design, I fell into this profession because I have a technical background and the job was easily obtained due to my contacts. I've been placed in charge of the Blackberry operations in my company and maintain services for three offices. Sounds like a lot but it's really only one BES and about 30 users. I like to get out a bit. I'm into sailing and was on the junior national team until I turned 19. Hope that I can contribute as much or more than I get out of this forum.
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Old 03-22-2005, 02:49 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Glad to find this forum.

I'm a Blackberry Enteprise Server administrator. I manage 14 production and 14 failover servers. We have a total of 5500 users. We are running BES v3.6 and preparig to upgrade to v4.0, but by the time we get thru all the red tape it will be v4.1

I hope to be able to find and share information.

Don't hesitate to contact me about with server questions.
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Old 03-24-2005, 11:52 AM   #43 (permalink)
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Hello all - wanted to introduce myself. I am the Vice President of Link2Exchange. We provide hosted exchange email accounts with full BES 4.0 features for as low as $19.90/m per user.

We are also actively seeking Cellular Dealers as Sales Agents for our services. Please feel free to check out our site and if you have any questions about BES and Blackberry's I would be happy to help out..we have a lot of experience with them.

Also feel free to browse our knowlegebase of articles on bes and exchange troubleshooting.

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Old 03-25-2005, 08:52 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Question Help Using Blackberry Internet Browser

After 3 months, I've managed to figure out how to emulate PDA functions on my Blackberry and how to receive and send email. And now that Cingular realized that it "forgot" to set the Blackberry Internet Browser on my system, I can go out to websites. But I cannot do a thing when I get there!! Can someone tell me how to enter data on a site -- for example, enter my login when I need one to view functions, click on specific menus, etc.? I feel like an idiot but there's no documentation that explains this and aimless clicking hasn't worked. I have a 7290 that is running v. 3.8
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Old 04-09-2005, 01:09 AM   #45 (permalink)
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Hi! I'm very new to these forums. I stumbled in here because I am having a hard time installing BES for Domino on this Windows 2003 Server with Domino 6.0.3. Now that I'm here, I'd like to meet up with people especially those with BES and Domino experience.
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Old 04-21-2005, 12:07 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Hi:
I am new BB user from Puerto Rico. I am an attorney who works majorly out of my office. I manage daily 4 email accounts and even though I learned about BB about a year ago while at Boston, it was not available here in PR till recently. My new BB was my B-day present this past April 7th and I am thrilled! My secretary is not so thrilled since I keep emailing here constantly. The good thing is that we don't have to pick-up the phone so much and it saves my minutes and I don't have to carry my notebook with me. This site has been beeerrry! helpful, since Cingular in Puerto Rico, is not very familiar with the product. Through this site, I have worked my way from configuring my device to productivty software. Thank you and keep up the good work!
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Old 04-23-2005, 10:18 AM   #47 (permalink)
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Hello

I have just got a Blackberry 5820 off my Father and thought I would share my wisdom. I use mine on BES 4 with Groupwise
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Hi all I'm new

I do support for BlackBerry and hence, found this forum interesting, as this should bring some issues which I may not know of, but have happened before.
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Old 04-24-2005, 08:59 AM   #49 (permalink)
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Hi All
This looks like a great site!
I am using a 7290 with a 4.0 BES for a few months now, this is my first BB device and I have to say that although I started out cynical about using BB services, having several bad experiences with "wireless e-mail" solutions it is absoloutly great.
I'm looking forward to learning and sharing.
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Cool New to blackberryforums...

I just wanted to inroduce myself....I'm a Nextel Authorized Sales Rep. from KY. I just purchased my first blackberrry after seeing this site a couple months ago. I still have an i860 also, but after just having my BB 7250 for a little over a month now, I can honestly say it would be hard to part with it. After learning how to use the web client e-mail properly and programs such as BBTOday, BBLight, and ReqWireless Webviewer, I have to admit this device is an amazing piece of equipment. This is defnitely an awesome tool to have for the business person.
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Old 04-30-2005, 06:22 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Hello! I got my first BlackBerry from Ebay a year ago to make sure it was right for me. I have upgraded to a Verizon BlackBerry 7250 and love it.
I wish they gave you a paper manual to keep with you in case you aren't near a computer. I'm not much of a technophile and am looking forward to learning from the Forum (yeah, got the Search thing).

I'm also from NJ like NJBlackBerry! (what part are 'ya from?)
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I just got a 7100g last week for work - company paying for it - and I'm converting from my personal Treo 600. So far it is a painful transition, somewhat similar to changing from Mac to PC (or vice versa, depending on your frame of reference). Still undecided whether I'm going to keep this thing or give it to another employee in my department. It's nice to have this site available to help me make that transition and/or decision.
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I cant put this thing down!....

Hello all,

Love the site. Best of it's kind anywhere. Looking forward to finding new ways to spend even more time on this thing!
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Error Message: Post request from foreign host are not allowed.


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hi guys. first of all, i just found this site about a hour ago. i have learn more about my 7520 in that hour than the four months that i have owned it. pretty sad considering that i sell them. this forum is awwsome.
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hi guys. first of all, i just found this site about a hour ago. i have learn more about my 7520 in that hour than the four months that i have owned it. pretty sad considering that i sell them. this forum is awwsome.

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Used to be a palm power user...but now with the help of this forum...I am able to just about the same stuff I could on my Treo 650 with a much more useful and powerful email client. I am groing to LOVE this 7250!!
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Hello, all...I'm a new convert to BB--just gave up my Kyocera 7135--I've had my new toy just a few days--and am wondering what took me so long! I'm a photographer in NC, and am enjoying "Berry Pix"--for mini slide shows to prospective clients.

This forum is great--keep it going.
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Default BB 7290 and T-Mobile

I'm a newbie and am looking to buy a new BB 7290 and looking at signing up with T-Mobile data plan. Are there any T-Mobile users that has 7290 that are able to use the IM feature? I understand that the T-Mobile has data plans that also includes a BES plan, but I heard that T-Mobile users can have TCP access with regular data plan for 29.99/mo?

I probably will get Verichat, but wanted to make sure that the IM will work on the 7290 as the T-Mobile website stated that the IM works only on 7100. My spec is to have pushup email, SMS, IM, etc, and I'll get them to add the wap.voicestream.com to the account line.

Thanks in advance, and please excuse my lack of tech knowledge with BB.
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Hey guys,

I've been a BB user for several years now and I just can't seem to stop like most of you on here (frankly I don't intend to any time soon). This site has been a tremedous help keeping me current with BB solutions (I'm trying to apply for their tech support team ). I have grown quite familiar with the technology behind my beloved companion and I hope to share them to those in need.

I am currently in application development and support using technologies such as VS6 and .NET. If my services could be of use to any one don't hesitate to PM me.
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