Question about RIM 8700c Smartphone
SOURCE: Cannot reconcil email
You are paying for email service to the blackberry right?
I had just regular phone service through my 7290 and when I upgraded to the email service the icons showed up to configure mail to my blackberry.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot set up email
When you upgraded to the BlackBerry Curve, did you add the BlackBerry data plan to your account? If not, then this process won't work. If you did add the BlackBerry data plan, contact AT&T and ask to speak with the BlackBerry support. They can make sure that everything was provisioned properly.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
SOURCE: Can't send pictures!!
First, try performing a hard reset: remove the battery from the BlackBerry while it is still powered on. Leave it out for 30 seconds, then reinsert.
If that doesn't work you might try re-registering on the network. Go to Options > Advanced Options > Host Routing Table. Highlight a table, press the menu key, then select Register now.
Also, make sure that Browser Push is enabled. Go to Options > Advanced Options > Browser Push and make sure Enable Push, Enable MDS Push and Enable WAP Push are enabled.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
If its a message something to this effect (this message is used to carry data between the handheld and the wireless network, do not delete or reply) Go into your desktop on your phone and go to options, advanced options and service books, you will see two service books that say Desktop (cical) and desktop (cmime). Leave each one hightlighted and hit menu button and select delete. If you set up the blackberry desktop manager with the wrong email itegration and then sync'd your blackberry to your computer these service books get pulled into your device. To avoid it happening again reinstall your bblackberry desktop manager and when it gets to the section about selecting your email integration, select blackberry internet service (even if you dont have the internet on your phone)
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Assuming you have an 8100 pearl I believe for some reason this phone does not do mms. either that or the following is true.
With certain wireless providers a BB data plan may be required for MMS to function. For example, T-Mobile has a $0.00 feature that can be added to a persons account to enable MMS (which is included in messaging packages) without enabling full data capabilities. I believe Alltel offers a similiar feature. Contrastingly, ATT BB's cannot send or receive MMS without the $30, minimum, BB data feature being on the account. I'm waiting for a class action suit against ATT for taking subscribers money for messaging packages, that include picture messaging, but not providing all of the services being paid for by some PDA phone users.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
you have to have a email service books sent to your phone from your cell phone provider i.e verizon, att or tmobile
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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