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<p>Most email providers allow users attachments with e-mail
message sent to your computer to download. You can transfer music files from an
e-mail through the transfer of these tracks in iTunes and sync your iTunes
library on your iPod. Starting the synchronization process takes only minutes.
The program may transfer audio files to your iPod or use a MP3, WAV, AAC or <br />
<p>1. Open an Internet browser application. Visit the
provider's e-mail and log into your account. <br />
<p>2. Open the e-mail with the music files for download. Click
on the audio links in the e-mail attachment. A new window asking if you want to
download the audio files. Click "OK". Be sure to note the location to
download tracks. <br />
<p>3. Connect your iPod to your computer via USB cable. Open
the iTunes media player. Click "File" and select "Add to
Library". In the browser window that appears, select the audio files you
just downloaded. Click "OK". <br />
<p>4. Click the iPod icon in the left pane of the program.
Click the "Music" tab in the window that appears. Check the box next
to "Sync Music." Choose the "Complete Music Library"
option. Click "Apply." The tracks begin to upload to your iPod. The
program will notify you when the synchronization is complete. <br />
This happens because you may have selected auto aging that will automatically delete the emails after a specific time period.If you dont want your mails get deleted(Menu-Select Message Icon and click on it-press menu-select Options-General Options-Keep Messages-select the options which you would like.
go to pictures/graphics folder and select your picture you would like to send. select options and press send via.. then select via message. make sure your phone allows you to send multimedia pictures, that may be your problem
I haven't heard of an Internet-only plan on T-Mobile, as I don't think there is one. If you don't use a lot of minutes then I recommend the BlackBerry Minutes and Mail plan. It allows for 1000 Anytime Minutes, unlimited data (including Internet) and e-mai, and unlimited text messaging for $59.99
In your settings for the ringer volume, there is an "Advanced..." settings menu. You can easily access this menu by selecting the ringer setting on the phone, scrolling down to "Advanced...", and selecting this option. From here, you can choose the ringer or notification settings for that ringer type. You can adjust volume as well as notifications for things like e-mail or facebook. There is more information available on the Blakcberry website for doing this.