penk - thanks for the feedback, however apparently t-mobile's implementation is different (read RIGHT) from Cingular's (read IDIOTS can't get a simple setup RIGHT!!).
Well as usual Cingular bites the big one again. I made the move to BIS 2 mostly so I could reply from the email address a message was sent to, but also in the hopes that I'd stop getting spam on my berry.
Well I can reply from all the email addresses I had set up, but I still get all the spam that hits my Bulk folder.
By the way, NONE of the five email addresses I had set up (and working) under BIS 1.8 worked when I did the migration. I had to go into each one and retype the password for the account before they worked.
Oh yea, although the time it takes isn't too important to me, the response is abysmal. Haven't tried timing it yet, but it's long enough for me to forget I sent something to test!
To add insult to injury, Yahoo STILL doesn't fully support the 8700!!! If you go to http://mobile.yahoo.com/
, they know what a Blackberry is, and support 9 Blackberries, but NOT the 8700! Grrrrr.....
Way to go Cingular!
Thanks to everyone else that responded - NOT! Makes me wonder why I bother to try to help others out.