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    Consilient Push on 8703? Need hotmail!

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    New to the Blackberry 8703. Sprint is my carrier.
    Trying to find a way to get my Hotmail.

    Is anyone successfully running Consilient Push?
    I downloaded the 8700 version onto my 8703. Is it not compatible?
    I got it to download and install, but then it freezes on a white screen.

    Dying to find a solution here.

    HELP!

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Re: Consilient Push on 8703? Need hotmail!

    Not familar with it. Where did you get it?

    Generally hotmail is off limits to BBs unless you have an old account. You can log into the website to get it. I simply stopped using hotmail.
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    Re: Consilient Push on 8703? Need hotmail!

    I tried to add hotmail and it gave me the mesage that I need the pay account. that is on tmobile, if it's that imperative, contact sprint and ask if it's a paid account, will it work.

    I finally gave up, and on hotmail alerts, I have it send an alert when I recieve an email from some one on my list I get a text notification. then I use opera to read the email.
    not that easy, but it's an option
    Been a long while since last login. Sorry all, adjusting to a new life is great and hell at the same time!!

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    Re: Consilient Push on 8703? Need hotmail!

    as pointed out, you have to pay with hotmail, yahoo and a few others out there. suggestion..drop the hotmail or see if you can have your hotmail pushed to a gmail or blackberry account and have that set up on your phone...

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