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A BlackBerry is like the holy grail of communication devices. There are certainly multiple ways of receiving messages on a BlackBerry device---via text message, BlackBerry Instant message, or even with AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). Probably the most convenient way to send a message from a computer to a BlackBerry handheld device is to send it via email. Instructions
Get the BlackBerry email address of the intended recipient. The recipient may use an alternate email account from which their messages are forwarded to their BlackBerry device.
Open your email client (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or Entourage) on your computer or log on to your web-based email account.
Compose a message. Mail it to the intended recipient at the email address that they use on their BlackBerry.
When you have an email account linked to your BlackBerry Tour, you can read, send, and delete email messages just like if you were sitting at a computer. And just like when you use a computer to send or receive email, your deleted emails don't get erased completely -- they get moved into a deleted items folder (sometimes hidden, sometimes visible) in case you ever want to recover them. If you know you won't need to recover those emails, or if you want to free up some extra storage space, you can purge your deleted email messages from your BlackBerry.
To purge deleted emails on a BlackBerry Tour, follow the steps below.
- Open your email folder (or the Messages folder, if you have it set up to display your emails) on your BlackBerry.
- Press the BlackBerry key (the key to the left of the trackball with seven dots on it).
- Scroll down the list of choices to Options and select it.
- Select Email Reconciliation.
- Press the BlackBerry key again.
- Select Purge Deleted Items.
- A confirmation message will appear; choose Yes if you're sure you want to purge your deleted emails.
Note: Purging your deleted items folder will only erase messages that you've previously deleted. Any emails that you have in your inbox (or in any other folder) won't be affected. If you have more than one email account set up on your BlackBerry, purging deleted items from one account won't affect the others.
Which type of activation 1BES(enterprise activation) (you have to contact with your BB administrator) 2BIS(wireless activation)
follow the below instruction GETTING STARTED Now that you have received the BlackBerry device you have to perform the initial setup before you can start receiving and sending emails. BlackBerry users, who selected the BIS data plan and are only using mail.uh.edu, please see BIS initial setup heading only. BES data plan users please skip the heading below. BIS INITIAL SETUP The following screen shots along with step by step instructions are intended as a guide to setting up the mail.uh.edu account for users who selected the BIS data plan. You can also setup other email accounts like Gmail by following the same steps listed below. To start, scroll to the icon that reads “Set up Internet E-mail”. If you don’t see all the icons click the menu button , all the icons should appear. Go to, “Add An Email Account”. This will connect to the cellular providers BIS email account setup. In short you are setting up access rights for the cellular providers BIS server to log into your email account, retrieve your emails and push them to the BlackBerry device.
Go to “Email Accounts” under Services. You might see the previous screen again. Select “Add An Email Account”.
Under the heading, “Add An Email Account”. You will be asked to input your email address and password. Your email address will be email@example.com. Click Next.
As long as you completed the information above correctly you will have successfully configured your mail.uh.edu account. Please allow five to fifteen minutes for the emails to start being delivered to your device. You have two options in viewing your emails. You can check all email accounts and text messages under the “Messages” icon. If you only want to see your mail.uh.edu emails then click on the icon that displays your mail.uh.edu email address. Send a test message to your mail.uh.edu email address
Tape a double piece of paper directly over the touchpad.
(If you don't use it). It worked for me. Now I don't have to worry about accidently hitting it and making my typing skip or delete text by mistake.
First, download and install the latest version of BlackBerry Desktop Manager software from: https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/contactFormPreload.do?code=A8BAA56554F96369AB93E4F3BB068C22&dl=DA5FB46338C8C0DCB1039F7898184FC5 Once installed, connect your BlackBerry to your computer via the USB sync cable. Open Desktop Manager, and click the Application Loader. On the right, you will see Update your device software. Click the Start Button, and if your BlackBerry is not on the latest Handheld Software, an update will appear. Select the update, and run the install. Be sure to select the option that backs up and restores your data. Once started, do not shut down your computer, or disconnect the USB sync cable as this could damage the device. Once completed, your BlackBerry will restart and you will have the latest version available. This version has been known to correct various issues, like the error message you receive. If the issue is still present, then it could be hardware related, and may need to be repaired or replaced. I would then suggest contacting your Provider for Hardware Support.
you can connect the phone using the usb cable to your pc/laptop , open the blackberry desktop manager and open the apploader then click on add/remove applications......untick the aim and yahoo appz then click finish and the program will remove them from your phone permantely
The AIM client for RIM is limited to 30 contacts at this point, so it won't show everyone. They are in the process of updating their client so that it shows ALL buddies.
What you could do is use an instant messaging client called BeeJiveIM, which is a multi-protocol instant messaging client that allows you to connect to AIM, Google Talk, Windows Live, Yahoo!, MySpace and ICQ. There is a 30-day free trial at http://www.beejive.com.