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Old 06-10-2006, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I apologize in advance. I have been a BB user for quite some time now but I left shortly for the Treo 700w world which I felt was just a Windows world with the phone locking up, etc. So today I swiched to Verizon's 7130e. My two problems I thought were quite simple but yet I still cannot figure it out. The first deals with the signature at the end. How can I change this from "This message was sent by ..." to something else? Secondly, I am inside the Desktop Manager and I am trying to setup the snyc between Outlook and the 7130 under Configure PIM. I got the address book to snyc correctly to my Outlook contacts but everything else shows up as grey'ed out and I cannot click the Browse button to select what I want. Please help.

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Log into your BIS website. Choose the address that has the signature you want to change. Click Edit. Remove or edit the signature. Click Save.
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Actually when you log on and click on the email address and choose edit it brings you to a screen that does not allow you to edit the signature. It still says "sent from my Verizon Wireless Blackberry." I sure would like to get that out of my signature.
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If it's like mine (T-Mobile / 7100t) I can log into my T-Mobile account online, and view the respective email accounts that forward to my device. From here, I can edit, delete my signatures...

So, try that...
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Fixed it. I had to use the desktop to access Verizon on line. the phone website would not edit the signature but the website on the desktop did.
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Originally Posted by navilyn
If it's like mine (T-Mobile / 7100t) I can log into my T-Mobile account online, and view the respective email accounts that forward to my device. From here, I can edit, delete my signatures...

So, try that...
It seeems that you may be using the My T-Mobile site rather than the BIS site. T-Mobile did away with their BIS site last year. The only way to use BIS instead of My T-Mobile E-mail is to set it up on the device, and the signatures cannot be changed there.
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It seeems that you may be using the My T-Mobile site rather than the BIS site. T-Mobile did away with their BIS site last year. The only way to use BIS instead of My T-Mobile E-mail is to set it up on the device, and the signatures cannot be changed there.
huh? I can access my account(s) on my T-Mobile web site just fine, and edit the respective signatures just fine...
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huh? I can access my account(s) on my T-Mobile web site just fine, and edit the respective signatures just fine...
I'm sure you can. My point is that the My T-Mobile site is separate from the Blackberry Internet Service e-mail setup. Both do the same thing, they just do them in different ways. Many people prefer to use the new BIS instead of the T-Mobile utility.
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I'm sure you can. My point is that the My T-Mobile site is separate from the Blackberry Internet Service e-mail setup. Both do the same thing, they just do them in different ways. Many people prefer to use the new BIS instead of the T-Mobile utility.

Ohhhhh, so, if I setup an internet email account from the Blackberry Internet Service icon on my device the wizard / process will be different from what I did online, at My T-Mobile.com?
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