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Old 06-12-2006, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to make some changes to my email on my 8700. The help screen always tells you to go to the "message options". I have looked and looked and can't find the starting point of message options to make any changes.

If you can tell where to start I should be able to finish my changes.

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Old 06-12-2006, 09:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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From the Messages Screen , click the trackwheel and scroll down to "Options"
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I have gone to the options screen and the only thing listed that starts with m is MMS their is not message options in the line up.

Am I missing something?

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No, you didn't do that. You didn't listen to joec's answer. I repeat it with appropriate boldfacing: From the Messages Screen , click the trackwheel and scroll down to "Options"
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Old 06-12-2006, 09:30 AM   #5 (permalink)
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While in the message app click track wheel and scroll down to options.
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If I go to the messages section an open the application. I am then to the screen with the sent/received emails. I click the tract wheel and and scroll to options. From their I have two options.

Heading "Message Options":

General Options
Email Reconciliation

It does not give the option to filter emails or change auto sig even if I open up the two folders. Im I in the right place.
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Both those functions are on Blackberry Internet Service (BIS) with your service provider, not on your handheld. You have to log on to BIS with your computer on the Internet.
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I had this problem with T-Mobile on BIS in the UK. I was only able to change the account settings by logging on to the internet. The T-Mobile BlackBerry helpdesk was able to have relevant settings sent to me via updates to the service books. I can now access email account settings from the handheld too.

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