I think i posted this in the wrong forum previously.. sorry..
My question is
I have set my IMAP and POP/ISP accounts to be forwarded to my BB account. When i want to reply to these messages (IMAP and ISP), will it show up as coming from my BB account? If so, how can i change the reply message to automatically display as though it was being replied to from the account which the sender sent to.
Basically i dont want anyone to have my BB email address, but i forward everything to it because of the PUSH service.
You need to change your "Reply-to" address on the BIS Server.
Ok, i get that but...
I have 4 emails addresses forwarded to my blackberry.net address (1 school address, 2 work addresses, and 1 personal address).
I want my school mail to be replied to from my school account, and my work mail to be replied to from my work account ect. How can i configure the "Reply to" so that it replies From the same account which the original mail was sent to?
Who is your provider? It depends on what version of BIS they use.
Service provider is Rogers Wireless. Im not sure what version they use, or even how to find out.
I believe that rogers is still using BIS 1.8, but I've seen some mention of the transition having occurred. When you login to your Webclient account where you set up your different email acounts, can you read your BB emails? If so you're still using BIS 1.8. If not it's 2.0. On 1.8 you can only have one from or reply to address. With 2.0, ypu have one for each account that is included in you BIS setup.
Hope this helps.
if you forward email you'll only ever have one reply to address
once Rogers changes to BIS 2.0 integrate most if not all of your accounts
yes it's a 15 min poll and not instant like forarding
BUT you'll be able to reply using the same address the message was recieved from
if you want leave your most important email as a forwading rule and change the reply to address for your BIS address
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