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Old 12-08-2004, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Little confused

I just picked up a Blackberry 7780, I signed up for the unlimited data package at my local cellphone.

Now I'm confused about email forwarding....

Do I download an email redirecter? Or what?

I read the fyi but still don't have a grasp on how to begin

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Allow me to present the easiest way to get started:
How To Integrate a BlackBerry Account with a POP or IMAP Account

You should have a BlackBerry Web Client account -- log into it, and you should get that configured.

(No redirector needed unless you need to forward "Microsoft EXCHANGE" emails without BES... If you don't know what "Microsoft EXCHANGE" is... you definitely don't need a redirector!)
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