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Default Email forwarding on 7100t

I am now the proud owner of a 7100t. This is my first blackberry and I was wondering using outlook 2003 can I just set a rule to forward all my emails to my tmo.blackberry.net address? My company does not use a BES so this is my only option. Thanks in advance.
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That shouldn't be a problem. You might also be able to set up your blackberry account with your pop account settings for your email so that it is sent to you directly as well. Either way should work.
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Default Outlook and rules

I have been plying with this a bit. I have been setting up rules to forward

certain emails to my [email address] address for my BB 7520 to

pick up but I get bouce back from the blackberry email. I am now working it

through a gmail account, forwarding to gmail instead of BB email then POPing

the gmail account from the BB email account. Seems to work more reliably

but I am not realy happy right now with email.

Just got my BB 7520 on Friday so it may just be the learning curve.
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