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Old 08-26-2004, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default NEW 7750 USER - NEED HELP SETTING UP ON MAC SERVER.

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I just received my BB 7750 and am told by my outsourced mac tech, that he has no idea how to set up a blackberry to receive email. Useless.

Basically, my company has an X-Serve here in the office. When I go into Workgroup Manager, It will not allow me to add an additional email address under my current account. I can forward to another address, but then I cannot get email to my work computer, cause its going right to my blackberry.

Please help!!! Frustrated.

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First off to receive email on your Blackberry you need MDS or BWC. If you don't have a BES server at your location you'll need a data package added to your voice plan through your carrier Bell/Telus?

Upon doing so you will have what is called a BWC account (Blackberry Web Client) where you can configure to receive from POP3 accounts sent from address, filters as well you'll have a dedicated email for you Blackberry. You can also check to leave copy on server this way you also receive a copy on your desktop.

Next syncing, PocketMac has just released PocketMac sync for Blackberry which will enable you to sync with Entourage, iCal, Address Book and stickies.
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Set up my Blackberry Web Client account through Verizon. I am able to send email with no problem, but receiving is a nightmare. Not only does it take FOREVER to get an email, but sometimes I dont get it at all.

There has to be a better way. Help!
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Within the Blackberry setup either under "Setup" or "Options" theres an option to enter your BB PIN and IMEI to registar with the network. Has this been done?
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