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Old 05-04-2005, 04:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can the 7290 for Tmobile hook up to mail like gmail as well?
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Old 05-04-2005, 04:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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you get a web client account so any e-mail account that allows POP3 or IMAP access, or can be forwarded to another e-mail address can be accessed.
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If I upgrade to a 7290, i realize i have to put 4.0 on it along with the apps that I have, but other than that, all I do is put the SIM card in and I should be good to go right?
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When I upgraded, I did a backup of my 7230 using the desktop software and then restored everything on the 7290. You won't lose any of your settings on the device.

Webclient change is just as easy. There is a place in the webclient where you can change what device the client points to. Just enter in your new PIN and IMEI, resend the service book, and you are good to go.
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Aaron... with your genius brain, why don't you use the search button? To ask a question like this is ridiculous... the model of you blackberry has nothing to do with which email services you can use, and this has been discussed a few times at least...
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East Eminem wannabe Easy.
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LMAO...Let us know about the upgrad, how it all works out. Some of us are curious, so if you could possibly post the steps you went through, that would be great. Thanks in advance.
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Dude... I don't know where your head really is at, but here's a story... My office is located looking over this little valley, and at the bottom of it is this little thing called the 12 Mile Creek... Seems one of my companies is called 12 Mile Networks... My email address is [email address]thing...

Eminem talks about 8 Mile in his music, not 12 Mile. Get your facts straight before you try and insult me. You won't win, loser.

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*** MODERATOR NOTICE ***

Corey and Jacob, stop insulting each other and get back to BlackBerry chit chat. Yes, we have government employees visiting. Yes, we have celebrities visiting. We don't want to offend either here. Please, back to your BlackBerry chit chat. No acknowledgement to this notice is required.

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Sorry Mark
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No problem. Everyone just has to stay on the topic of BlackBerries in this club and we'll all be happy
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