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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

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    [FONT=Arial]I just set up a POP email on my BIS…. I can send emails just fine (from my BB) but when I send an email to this account I do not get them on my BB. What can be casing this? I did check on the BIS page that the box was checked to forward to the BB.[/FONT]

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    Question Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Can you tell me how I would integrate to a corporate email account. I am very familiar with BB but had a BES account at my previous company. Now I am in a company with Good and i cannot stand my TREO any more. How would I be able to get my company email on my BB and convince them it is secure? We allow internet access to outlook, so is it as simple as that URL, Login and PW to access my mail?

    Also, can company calendar information also sync via BIS or the Personal MAX plan with AT&T.

    Planning on getting the 8300 this week.

    Quote Originally Posted by hayden
    Integrating other email accounts with your BlackBerry

    Your Blackberry Internet Service account (Web Client) can be integrated with up to ten Internet Service Provider (ISP) email accounts. BlackBerry supports most Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) accounts including Microsoft MSN Hotmail Plus and Yahoo! Mail Plus.

    Account Integration Requirements

    Verify that your email account provider complies with the following account integration requirements:

    * If using a POP server, it must be configured to use Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port 995 or port 110.
    * If using an IMAP server, it must be configured to use TCP port 143 or port 993.
    * If the POP or IMAP server is located behind a firewall or proxy, the TCP port used must be configured to allow bi-directional Internet traffic.
    * If using a POP server, it must support unique identification listing (UIDL). Please perform an Internet search for Request for Comments document RFC1939.

    Integrate an Email Account

    Complete the following steps:

    1. Connect to the BlackBerry Internet Service website and log in to your BlackBerry account.
    2. On the navigation bar, click Profile.
    3. Under Email Accounts, click the hyperlink other email accounts.
    4. Click Add Account.
    5. Type the email address, user name, and password in the appropriate fields and click Submit.
    6. If you see the message “Your email account has been successfully set up,” the integration is complete. The integrated account is listed with a green check mark in the Status column (on the far right). New email messages will begin appearing on the handheld from your integrated email account.

    If you see the message “We were unable to configure this mailbox,” it is the result of one of the following:
    * The integration failed because you entered the wrong account information. Repeat the process.
    * The integration is not complete because you must enter additional information. Complete the steps in the following section.

    Provide Additional Information

    1. Under Internet Service Provider Email, select the option for I use an email client such as Outlook™, Outlook Express™, Netscape®, Eudora®.
    2. Click Submit.
    3. Type your email server name and port number.

    For example, if you are integrating a POP account, type port number 110 or 995. If you are integrating an IMAP account, type port number 143 or 993.
    4. Verify your email address, user name, and password.
    5. Select one of the following options:
    * Leave messages on mail server (default setting)
    * Utilize SSL
    6. Click Submit.

    If you see the message “Your email account has been successfully set up,” the integration is complete. The integrated account is listed with a green check mark in the Status column (on the far right). New email messages will begin appearing on the handheld from your integrated POP or IMAP account.

    If you see the message “We were unable to configure this mailbox,” the integration failed because:
    * You entered the wrong account information. Repeat the process.
    * There is a temporary connection problem between the BlackBerry Internet Service website and your email provider’s website. Try integrating your account later.

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Great info! Thanks!

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    I dont get this.....i keep getting emails that i send from my gmail acct and my blackberry acct sent back to both of those accts.... i dont want that.......how do i fix that?

    alex

    Quote Originally Posted by likefre
    Not a problem, anything else just let us know!
    Now all you have to do is to setup filters for your gmail account(s) so everytime you send a message you dont get a copy delivered to your blackberry...
    For the copy of sent emails issue:
    Quick fix: You can set a rule or filter on the blackberry account. Log on to your blackberry account.
    a) Select "filters" on the account is doing this
    b) Select "Add Filter"
    c) On the filter name, choose any name you want
    d) On the "Apply filter when" field, select "From" field
    e) On the "contains" field, put your email adress
    f) Select "Do not forward messages to handheld" and click save
    Just in case this was your next question..

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Where do I find the assign short key menu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rcbjr
    julietakako, Welcome to PinStack.

    This it the way the BlackBerry Message Application works, You are not doing anything wrong. I suggest you read the post in the link in my signature to understand more about BIS email Icons and how they interact.

    Also you can create a filter to use to see just your Company Email, using the search feature of the Message App. Just set the Service Setting to your Company Email, Type to Email, Show to Sent and Receive and all the others either blank. Open the Menu and select Save. Name the Filter and assign a short cut key then, from the menu again select save.

    Now when you open your Message App, you can press ALT + the assigned short cut key and see just your Company Mail.

    Let us know if there is anything else we can do to help with this problem or your BB.

    Rcbjr
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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Hi everyone, I am reviving this very useful post to comment the following situation and question:
    In our company I have outlook 2003 and exchange server 2003, and we can also see our emails via web (outlook web access I think it´s the right name). I am the only person who has BB and therefore have chosen BIS service.
    I only receive in my BB those emails that get into the Inbox. I do not get the messages that go to different folders with rules (for example inbox->personal-> juan). Is there any way of getting into my BB all emails irrespective of the folder they will go into?
    Gracias!
    Diego

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Quote Originally Posted by chejus View Post
    Hi everyone, I am reviving this very useful post to comment the following situation and question:
    In our company I have outlook 2003 and exchange server 2003, and we can also see our emails via web (outlook web access I think it´s the right name). I am the only person who has BB and therefore have chosen BIS service.
    I only receive in my BB those emails that get into the Inbox. I do not get the messages that go to different folders with rules (for example inbox->personal-> juan). Is there any way of getting into my BB all emails irrespective of the folder they will go into?
    Gracias!
    Diego
    Nope. The BIS polls for email in the inbox.

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    hello everyone, i have mi BB working with BIS my email account works in outlook, but the trouble i have is that i cant sync messages read neither in my bb or my outlook, ive tried reconcile it but it doesnt works, the same thing happens when i try to delete messages, is there any solution or i need the BES? thanks everyone

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    Question Config mail to use RPC for Exchange Servers

    I had my wife's BB all set-up to send and receive from her companies exchange server, then they made a change and it quit working. She did the obligatory help desk thing and they said that since her phone wasn't under their Sprint contract (we're VZW on our personal contract) that they couldn't support her. Then they winked and nodded and gave her a secret clue "RPC/http"

    All the searching I've done tells you how to set-up RPC on the server, does anyone know how to configure a BIS account to connect to an exchange server using RPC?

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    complete BB newbie and I don't understand the technical terms.
    I set up my gmail email address. Now my email is showing up under the messages icon and a separate email icon. How do I stop it from going to the messages area? I would like to only see text messages in the message area.

    also for these instructions... how do you log into your blackberry account?
    Originally Posted by likefre
    Not a problem, anything else just let us know!
    Now all you have to do is to setup filters for your gmail account(s) so everytime you send a message you dont get a copy delivered to your blackberry...
    For the copy of sent emails issue:
    Quick fix: You can set a rule or filter on the blackberry account. Log on to your blackberry account.
    a) Select "filters" on the account is doing this
    b) Select "Add Filter"
    c) On the filter name, choose any name you want
    d) On the "Apply filter when" field, select "From" field
    e) On the "contains" field, put your email adress
    f) Select "Do not forward messages to handheld" and click save
    Just in case this was your next question..

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Great post Hayden Very helpful

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Thanks for the info

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Look for outlook forwarding options (in the rules). You should have a way to forward and keep messages.

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Can anyone answer this question dinifitively?

    I also have nother question. The fact the I am getting my personal emails on my BB, would my company be able to see my personal emails on their BB server? I am trying to avoid any "big brother watching".

    Thanks again for your input.

    I'm concerned as I don't want my company reading my private emails.I set it up via the setup internet email option..

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    Re: Integrating email accounts with BIS

    Is there anyway i can send an email attatchment such as a text file to another device using bluetooth. I have the device paired with my phone (Pearl 8130) and i am only able to send media files using bluetooth???

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