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Old 03-23-2005, 02:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I asked this before the board got swapped and the message was deleted so i thougth i would revisit it.

I have a pop3 account that uses 1010 as the port and not 110 using the pull pop3 method using the tmobile webmail it does not work as they only except standard ports.

Is there any other way i can get those mails to my blackberry easily. I am not worried if it's real time or 15 mins or even manually. But it must not use the tcp/ip connection as that is not included in my blackberry plan and would cost me $$$$. Although my blackberry plan does include 100mb of email data.


Thanks in advance for any idea's
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The quickest and easy way will be to forward the mail from your POP3 account to the blackberry ones. In this way you get instant email and dind't need fiddle with the port issues...

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Old 03-23-2005, 07:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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When you are trying to integrate the account, on the first page, put in fake info (or even the wrong password) and on the next screen, choose "I use Outlook" then it will bring you to a page for customizing all the options for the POP server. One of those options is port

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