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Old 06-13-2007, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone

I have got a BB 8800 on a corporate BB server.

I am looking for a simple email client to use to I can check other POP/IMAP emails that are not on my company's servers.

any suggestion?

Many thanks!

Regards,

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Old 06-13-2007, 12:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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BIS as provided by your carrier. That is the only one I know about. Your company may not allow you to use it however. Have you spoken to your BB Admin?
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Hi everyone

I have got a BB 8800 on a corporate BB server.

I am looking for a simple email client to use to I can check other POP/IMAP emails that are not on my company's servers.

any suggestion?

Many thanks!

Regards,

Max
just go to email settings on your device and set them up very easy
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BIS as provided by your carrier. That is the only one I know about. Your company may not allow you to use it however. Have you spoken to your BB Admin?
Sorry, what is BIS?

Thanks!

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just go to email settings on your device and set them up very easy
I canot find any email settings, it is an Enterprise Server verion...
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I canot find any email settings, it is an Enterprise Server verion...
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Thank you. Unfortunately it only allows me do add another Blackberry Enterprise Server email...no interntet email
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Sorry, what is BIS?

Thanks!
Found what BIS is unfortunately doesn't not work like that with BB Enterprise Servers....
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max, did you read Post #2, you probably should ask your BES/IT people first. They could have it restricted, or may not care.
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max, did you read Post #2, you probably should ask your BES/IT people first. They could have it restricted, or may not care.
Will do that, but, since I doubt they will let me, I was hoping to find an email client I could install on my BB.
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BIS is really your best bet for non-BES email and it works really well alongside BES. However, as has been stated above, some BES admin restrict access to BIS.

There is the gmail app but it only works with gmail, obviously.

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