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Old 04-11-2013, 05:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a disconnected 9900 that I want to use for testing apps and services like Office 365. I connected to my wifi and I can browse the web.
It has been securely wiped and when I go to setup an email account, I only have the choice for BES which I'm fairly certain I cannot do.

I used to be a heavy BB user but I havent used BB in a year and acquired this 9900 to test Office 365 and the hosted BB Administration service.

Is it possible to setup and get email without a sim card installed?
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Not only do you need a connection to a mobile network, but you also need a BlackBerry data plan from the carrier.
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Thanks for the quick reply. I guess thats because the BB's native email app depends on RIM's infrastructure to deliver messages
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Download "Logic Mail" from the web and you will get email. No plan needed for Logic Mail email to work!
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Download "Logic Mail" from the web and you will get email. No plan needed for Logic Mail email to work!
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