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Old 06-06-2006, 11:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just recently (last friday) recieved my Nextel 7001i blackberry in the mail. I have been screwing around with it a lot .. and trying to get the best use out of it.

The first icon on my menu is "enterprise Activation" .. what the hell is it? .. lol. It gives a pin and ask's for a e-mail and password?

I'm just trying to get everything to be kosher here .. lol .. can someone explain it.
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You would only use the enterpirse activation if the company you work for has a Blackberry Enterprise Server and you were going to be on that Server.
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Your BB is a 7100i not a 7001i.

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You would only use the enterpirse activation if the company you work for has a Blackberry Enterprise Server and you were going to be on that Server.
Nope... its just for personal use. I run a couple websites and am starting my hopefully will be starting my own company soon so i wanted a elite device (the blackberry).

so what is all this PIN talk? .. this is what you use in the messanger?
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so what is all this PIN talk? .. this is what you use in the messanger?
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PIN Messaging
Sending private emails only between BlackBerries. A BlackBerry PIN is a special address code similiar to a postal code or phone number, for sending emails only to other BlackBerries. This is not compatible with phone numbers or emails or SMS. It is an entirely different kind of an address. Not every BlackBerry user needs to use PIN Messaging, but this feature is there if you love it!
http://www.blackberryforums.com/general-blackberry-discussion/4661-blackberry-glossary.html#post34233

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Perhaps this thread would be useful to you, as well.

http://www.blackberryforums.com/blackberry-guides/252-big-faq-software-upgrade-ringtones-themes-internet-im-modem-tips-tricks-etc.html#post1844
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Thanks guys for the help ..

one more QUICK question .. i found out my DC # by entering in my friends DC and DC'in myself to find the number .. but is there any way locally to find it on my phone .. (wow i feel like a newb)
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No, Nextel should have supplied that for you, but I'm trying to think back to when I owned a 7100i, and I don't think there is a way to find that on the device.
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.. but is there any way locally to find it on my phone ..
Applications Call log Click trackwheel Status.

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lol is there anything you don't know? .. lol your good. thanx
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That's what we're here for. I use PIN messaging more than text or IMs LOL
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That's what we're here for. I use PIN messaging more than text or IMs LOL
Me too, lol
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That's what we're here for. I use PIN messaging more than text or IMs LOL
Well id ont' know how to get AIM to work on my blackberry yet .. so i been stuck with the Blackberry Messanger which is fun .. lol
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Did it come preloaded on the phone? If so, all you have to do is log in like you do on the pc. If not, then you will have to use a third party messenger, such as Ramble, to access your account. I don't remember the link to it since I don't use it on my phone but I do use BlackBerry Messenger.
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Did it come preloaded on the phone? If so, all you have to do is log in like you do on the pc. If not, then you will have to use a third party messenger, such as Ramble, to access your account. I don't remember the link to it since I don't use it on my phone but I do use BlackBerry Messenger.
No AIM did not come pre-loaded .. was it supposed to ?

Anyone use g-talk on there 7100i? .. i just went to the site http://google.com/talk .. and it won't let me download it .. i had to turn on javascript it said .. which i did and still got a 406 error
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No AIM did not come pre-loaded .. was it supposed to ?

Anyone use g-talk on there 7100i? .. i just went to the site http://google.com/talk .. and it won't let me download it .. i had to turn on javascript it said .. which i did and still got a 406 error
No, AIM is not available for the BB. Not sure why EricaJ1074 would have asked that question. You'll have to use either Ramble (not so great, but free) or Verichat, IM+, WebMessenger, or Yak-On.
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YOU can get gtalk for blackberry from the Blackberry web site in dowloads
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"Pre-Installed" AOL is carrier dependant- T-Mobile provides this...sounds like Nextel does not...not sure about the other carriers.
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I can't seem to understand something on this subject. do I have have to have a data/internet package to get the enterprise to work? it seems so, but I just wanted to make sure. My admin does not know since the program and phones are on a trial basis.
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