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Old 09-27-2009, 10:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I did talk about this in another thread but figured I should have put it by itself. Have not have any service since yesterday (saturday) I can use the dedicated o2 email address on the device but pop3 imap , nothing . Anyone else?
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Do a powered ON battery removal and reboot.

There was a European RIM BIS outage for upgrades Saturday, about a four hour window, but it is up and working.
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Thanks - does a powered on reboot mean remove the battery when the BB is connected to the charger?
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no, it means remove the battery while the phone in on.
i.e dont press the off button first.
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