Originally Posted by BERDucky
If you are using a carrier who has upgraded to BIS 2.0 (which verizon has): If you have your 2 accounts added to the BlackBerry (not forwarding - but grabbing new messages every 15 mins) you will be able to reply using either address as each address has it's own service book
Could I, for example,
1. Set up two yahoo accounts (which seem to do push to the BB, due to a RIM/Yahoo agreement)
2. Set different "From" addresses on the BB for each account, which are NOT yahoo addresses, but from my own domains
3. Forward mail from my own domains to these yahoo accounts
... so I get
a. an end to end push solution
b. for multiple email addresses
c. and the rest of the world only ever sees my own domain names
If all that works, and I send a mail from my BB with the From address of one of my own domains, does this work "properly", or will recipents on Outlook, for example, see the mail as from
My Name <firstname.lastname@example.org> on behalf of <email@example.com>
This is what happens if you set a new "from" address using Google mail - and it's horrible.
On BIS 1.8, the 'From' address is altered properly, and I nonetheless don't hear of mails I send being trapped as spam or bounced, despite the "from" address not matching the (RIM) server the mail comes from.
Anyone know how BIS 2.0 works in this respect?