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Old 10-20-2004, 08:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone, I am new here, but picking up a new 7100t in a week or so, but had a question about the email integration.

On the RIM.NET website, it says that you can integrate with up to 10 email accounts. Is this via the html browswer and going through Tmobile's tzones for email, or does the device itself have the capability of 10 actual inboxes for seperate accounts?

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The email accounts reside within the BWC (Blackberry Web Client) they poll your POP3 accounts for mail then push the messages to your Blackberry.
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The email accounts reside within the BWC (Blackberry Web Client) they poll your POP3 accounts for mail then push the messages to your Blackberry.
Ok, thanks.. Is it easy to determine? I.E. If a hotmail message comes through and a business email from Lotus Notes comes through right after, I will be able to tell the difference quickly?
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Yes scroll up to the top of the message and look in the message at what email address it was sent to. Its very easy.

One thing to note, you can only have one sent from address for all BlackBerry Web Client email integrated accounts and only one more for your email account that is integrated with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
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