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Old 02-08-2006, 08:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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But I need a little help. I have a Blackberry 7250 from Verizon, and I'm looking to put MSN Messenger on it. I found one program for it but problem is that Verizon doesnt give out a APN Parameter.

What can I do?
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Old 02-08-2006, 08:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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There are instruction here in the FAQ about IM options and the setting for most providers. I personally use Yak-on for my IM (AIM) but it also supports MSN. Just look at the stickies at the top and follow the links for IM.
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But I need a little help. I have a Blackberry 7250 from Verizon, and I'm looking to put MSN Messenger on it. I found one program for it but problem is that Verizon doesnt give out a APN Parameter.

What can I do?
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Old 02-08-2006, 09:12 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks so much. Once I can hook it back to my laptop I will have to grab that. Looks like I'll be sticking around as well!! Great info on these forums.
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If you have the BB unlimited plan, all(most) of the 3rd party apps can be downloaded directly to the BB via a OTA file from each of the providers website. No need to hook it up to the PC.
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Not the greatest but free if you only require MSN. eMSNLite: http://www.funrungames.com/emsn.php
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But I need a little help. I have a Blackberry 7250 from Verizon, and I'm looking to put MSN Messenger on it. I found one program for it but problem is that Verizon doesnt give out a APN Parameter.

What can I do?
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Thanks the eMSN is perfect.

I have a LOT to learn when it comes to Blackberries...
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