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    Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

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    I'm looking for a way to check my tmo.blackberry account using a computer.
    I've already search on this and other websites and keep coming up with the same link.
    http://www.t-mobile.com/bis/
    or something similar I just get to a page that asks me to log in to my tmobile account. After I log in what am I supposed to do? I've mangaged to get to a screen where I can manage my email accounts but how do I check my mail? is it even possible on a PC or is it only on the blackberry?

    I've got tons of questions and I'm sure they have been asked before but this is the most annoying thing I've come across yet. Imagine having to typ ALL of your emails on your BB.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    You can no longer check your tmo.blackberry.net email from a pc. They shut down their BWC (BlackBerry WebClient) site last year. The only way to check tmo.blackberry.net mail is from your BB.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    This has been a nagging question for me as well. How is that done?

    Thanks!!

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    That stinks.

    Thanks for the help. Maybe this should be in a FAQ somewhere.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    I don't understand your question, ej. How is what done?

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    ~~Posted via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~~

    Are you able to set up a forward in your TM email? I know that this would be a work around; but if you set up your bb email to forward to. Say a gmail or yahoo account. You could then access and use your email from a PC.

    Good luck.

    If you need a gmail invite, Pin me.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    switch to yahoo, notify everyone to send your mail there. setup yahoo on your blackberry for internet mail

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    I've been doing the mail forwarding thing. It work but it's not perfect, when people reply to me it gose to me a the bb address. Not 100% smooth.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironzey
    I've been doing the mail forwarding thing. It work but it's not perfect, when people reply to me it gose to me a the bb address. Not 100% smooth.
    If you use PocketDay, then you can set up a reply-to field in your outbound (from the BB) emails with an address that points to whatever email account you like. I set mine up so that I can choose between my home and office email accounts, depending on what kind of email I'm writing/responding to.

    Then, when the recipient responds by hitting "reply," the target address field will be the one you set. That way I don't have my BIS email address in my correspondents' addressbooks, unless they specifically put me there. While not perfect, it gives me a modicum of control over my inbound email.

    There may be another way to do this, but I haven't found it yet.

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    Re: Reaching the end of my rope. (webmail)

    This is great informaton guys I had the same problem that why I hardly use my tmo email address.

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