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Old 04-28-2005, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is weird. Need help!

I had BB 7230 with OS4 and Internet Mail ver. (no BES) working perfectly fine. Unfortunately one day I broke the screen so I got to get a new one. I got new 7230. I plugged it into my PC and was asked if I want to upgrade to OS 4. I hit yes. Everything looked normal. I restore all the settings and data from the previous BB and ... weird. I can see the icon for setting e-mail and password for BES, I cannot see T-Zones. Well. I wiped everything off the BB and restore only address book. Got T-Zones icon, still having BES icon. After a while BES icon dissapeared! So, I checked BBToday- worked fine, checked Causerie- same. Received e-mails, made phone calls...all seemed to be ok but! I cannot send any e-mail! It looks like it is set up for BES! How is it possible? What am I supposed to do? HELP!

PS. When I try to compose the e-mail I got the message: No message service configured.
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Problem solved. I resent a Service Book one more time and everything looks good
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