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Old 05-03-2005, 03:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to add your hotmail or yahoo account onto a blackberry in addition to having your exchange mailbox on the BB.
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I get my hotmail on my BB7520 and my BB email. I think Yahoo is POP and you have to pay Yahoo for that, I BELIEVE. At least that is what it told me when trying to import it for me.
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How exactly do you add the hotmail account?
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Old 05-03-2005, 04:29 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I get my hotmail on my BB7520 and my BB email. I think Yahoo is POP and you have to pay Yahoo for that, I BELIEVE. At least that is what it told me when trying to import it for me.
How did you do the hotmail account?
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Old 05-03-2005, 05:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I know that BWC allows you to add hotmail accounts and at least on Cingular you can access it from the web browser.
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I believe I did it off my Desktop Manager on my PC. I have to look when I get home to remember how I did it.
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If you are one of the original hotmail users you can still get your mail from Outlook XP or 2003. Then just use the redirector.
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I get my hotmail on my BB7520 and my BB email. I think Yahoo is POP and you have to pay Yahoo for that, I BELIEVE. At least that is what it told me when trying to import it for me.
yahoo is pop, and you do have to pay for a premium account to access pop. gmail is way simpler and more effective than yahoo. I use it. I have access to gmail on my bb and on outlook2003. By the way, gmail has tons of storage too. great account. I canceled my hotmail because of all the problems i was having.
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