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Old 03-25-2010, 05:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've searched the forum and found similar topics but nothing that answers this.

I'm concerned mostly with reciving the Incoming mail only; if need be, I can send/reply from another account if necessary.

I have a BB Bold 9700 on AT&T Service. I'm looking for a way to setup my Blackberry Email Service on Outlook 2007. I have a few POP3/IMAP email accounts configured on Outlook on my PC. I know how to set it up, but I do NOT know the configuration settings for Blackberry email; I suspect they're a little different from carrier to carrier.

Does anyone know the Incoming and Outgoing Mail servers for AT&T Blackberry Email, the In/Out Port numbers, and whether they require SSL or Secure Password Authentication?

Plan B - If Blackberry Email Service cannot be configured on Outlook email client, does anyone know a way to AutoForward emails received on device to another Email address already configured on my Outlook client?

Plan C - If neither of the above methods are possible, can the Blackberry Bold 9700 be setup to autosync all incoming emails to outlook while docked?
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Old 03-25-2010, 05:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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BES is not BlackBerry Email Service. BES = BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

Secondly, no... you cannot view your @blackberry.net email address anywhere other than your BlackBerry device itself.

If you log into your BIS (BlackBerry Internet Service) portal, you can set up autoforwarding of your @blackberry.net email address.
This can be done from the device itself, or the web-based BIS portal.
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Outstanding, Thank You.

That was exactly what I was looking to find out.
Do you happen to know if "Plan C" is feasible, or is Autoforward my only option? (I will AutoForward; just curious if I have that option)
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No, plan C is not possible.
Autoforward is your only option.
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