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Old 04-21-2007, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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when i compose emails, sometimes it doesnt go to my default but webclient and i get a red X..

i have set my default send addy, how can i delete webclient from list since my default is my bb addy...seem redundant

my real question is ...isnt my [email address] my "webclient" so why is webclient and the address listed?
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Old 04-21-2007, 12:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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are you BIS or BES? Blackbery Internet Service gives you the ability to have mutliple emails, including a BB address. your blackberry address is your phones email address setup thru Rogers but thats not what everyone is sending email too is it?
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iam BIS

before on my 8700 i could only send from my bb addy

now with the 8800 and 2.0 BIS i have the option to reply from any addy

it seems to default to whatever i had sent from to that contact as it varies from contact to contact

i really dont care what addy they sent to, when i reply i want to use my bb addy
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To delete webclient, on blackberry navigate to Options/Advanced Options/Service Book, find one that says webclient and delete it.

If you have deleted wrong service book by mistake don't panic- login to your BIS 2 account and send service books to device. Be assured, webclient service book will not be resent.
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excellent

i think that did it

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