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Old 11-11-2005, 11:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i currently use redirector to push emails from my desktop, i understand that this system does not allow the forwarding of attachements. i have read that if i use "TeamOn" that this will send attachments, is that right? where can i download it to try? does it cost? is there any other system that works better?

just need to get my attachments..........

Old 11-12-2005, 09:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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TeamOn is now owned by RIM so it is free from your provider. I am with T-Mobile so I can tell you exactly how to get from T-Mo but it should be pretty much same from all the providers because data access on BB's is thru RIM.
When you go to email accounts on your provider BIS website and try to add new email, it will give you options on how do you access your email.
If you select 'I always use Microsoft Outlook to access my email" then it will take you to the next page and will give you option to download this little program and it will install it and ou are good to go.
Just a hidden thing about this TeamOn, it works perfectly after some initial hickups. so the best thing is to SHUTDOWN your computer and delete your service book entries related to each email account only. And then shutdown the BB.
Now bring the computer on and if you will see TeamOn is automatically restarted on the taskbar.
Now go back to your BIS and resend the service books.
Good luck..

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