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Old 07-06-2009, 12:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I have done some research but not much. Anyway, I am looking for anyone who has been able to get their blackberry account on the mail dock. So I could write and receive and stored messages sent by my blackberry.
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You cannot view/send from your blackberry email account anywhere but on the device itself.
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Yep. @***.blackberry.com email accounts are only available on your device because they are based on your BIS account.
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I have heard of some people being able to store message on their pc from the blackberry account.
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wow that blows
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I have heard of some people being able to store message on their pc from the blackberry account.
I suggest you heard of people backing up their device to their PC, which will capture messages. I am unaware of any method in which you can effectively use your blackberry email account off-device.
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just got off the phone with Verizon and they said there is no way that could be done. Oh well... How about the DM for mac ...ha ha
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does anyone know if the iphone has a similar problem? does it only work on the mac or at least has problems w/ pc?
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Aside from a few issues that are Mac-specific, I've got no problems using my iPhone with Windows. Picture syncing, calendar syncing, etc. are a bit different with Windows and require the use of a MobileMe control panel application to facilitate cross-platform syncing. That is... if you subscribe to MobileMe.

I'm not too familiar with the other sync options within iTunes.
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