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Old 06-23-2006, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 06-23-2006, 06:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Start with the online help system on the BB itself.

If you really want a manual, go to the BlackBerry web site; Enterprise; Support; Public Technical Knowledge Center; Product Documentation; choose language); BlackBerry Wireless Handheld and you can select which model documentation you want...

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Thank you, that was quick.
If I may ask a pretty clueless query?
I am not signed up for ( $20 per mo ) email service with my cel provider, TMobile, on the BB. I am obviously online on my home computer, high speed, but a MAC.
Am I able to go within the BB and retrieve the manual even though I am not signed thru TMobile??
Sorry for this convoluted question!

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The online help system (the question mark on the BB) is built in. No service required. But a BB without a data plan is pretty limited. The actual manual is available on your MAC. The manual itself is not on the BB.

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