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Old 04-02-2006, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought the 7100i 2 weeks ago. I started a new business and bought it to keep up on email. I am having a hard time getting my email to forward to it. I access my email by going to a web site. Nextel blackberry support was rather useless. Any help would be great.
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Welcome, A new blackberry can be frustrating to someone who has never used one. A great place to start is the links in my signature. Hope you enjoy your device and make many posts here at Blackberry Forums
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Explain with more details and we probably can help. What email service, BIS, etc
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Thanks for the quick responses. I go to login.ezonlinemail.com and enter username and password to get into my mail. Kinda like a yahoo or hotmail.
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You can set your email to be pulled to your device by visiting your Service Providers webclient site. From there, you can set what ever you like in the way of settings and options (some options are limited). However, your email address now would have to have POP access, which is what the blackberry would need in order to pull your email to your device for you

Have you tried GMail? It is a great email server that has POP access for free and loads of memory space for its users. Good luck!
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