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Old 05-02-2005, 02:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm new getting blackberry from having Rim950 for years and years and upgraded to 7250..

Went to my verizon store like 3 times they got no clue!

--- My email messages had been cut off. how can i change that???.

--- How to get the IP-Relay to work on my blackberry?.

--- I cant get my Gmail.com account forward to my blackberry

--- How to get the blackberry serivice account??.

Hope you gurus will be a bunch of a BIG help for me today--

Basic and simple explaining wil be a much of a BIG help...

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Old 05-02-2005, 04:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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--- What do you mean by "cut off" ?

--- What is IP-Relay ?

--- What address are you forwarding to? I assume you've set up your BWC account already, and set up an e-mail address for your 7250.

--- What is a blackberry service account ?

I understand why the Verizon store couldn't help you. I'm also having a very hard time understanding what you're talking about.
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do you mean BWC (blackberry webclient)? If so, they should have given you the information at verizon.

secondly, to have your gmail forwarded you have to have bwc set up.
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Old 05-03-2005, 08:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Heh-- I'll try my best to explain


Got the Gmail set up,.. GREAT

The IP-relay,.. is a phone that deaf people like myself can be able to to get Voice to Text.. So the hearing people can call at this number that the IP-relay gives out, You can call at this number and it will change into TEXT- Or i can call thru the IP-Relay and it would be Text to Voice---

Lets see what else am i forgetting---

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Old 05-03-2005, 11:22 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I know Mark Rejhon has a FAQ for deaf users.
Check it out:
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There's many ways to get IP-Relay on a BlackBerry, either by adding "HipRelay"/"SipRelay"/"My IP Relay" AIM buddies to your AIM chat. These are relay operators standing by over the AIM chat network. Just install VeriChat or another 3rd party program.

For realtime keypress-at-a-time, use a telnet client to access telnet://wireless.ip-relay.com:2510 ... I use Idokorro MobileSSH for this.

Yes, please look through this:
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