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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
Hi, we have to know from which email account you are not able to recieve emails, and what type of email account is that like pop3, Imap etc. However i have given information related to few account types i hope this will help you to resolve the issue. 1) If you are a BlackBerry Internet Service subscriber and you are unable to receive email messages from an integrated Yahoo BizMail account, if it is a email account integrated using pop.bizmail.yahoo.com, To resolve this issue, do the following: a) Remove the integrated Yahoo BizMail account from the BlackBerry Internet Service.
b) Reintegrate the Yahoo! email account. 2) If you are unable to receive email messages on the BlackBerry smartphone from a Google Gmail webmail service account that is associated with a BlackBerry Internet Service account.The This issue may be caused by one of the following: a) The Google Gmail account is currently not validated. b) The global filter is set to prevent email messages from being forwarded to the BlackBerry smartphone. c) The Messages database may be corrupt for the integrated email account. d) The BlackBerry smartphone user has an email application, such as Microsoft Outlook, making a Post Office Protocol (POP) connection to the Google Gmail account. e) The number of email messages that can be stored on the Google Gmail POP messaging server has been exceeded. I hope this information will be helpful to you
Try to configure the character set used by default (language etc.). Server may be too busy also. Type your Email message in Word or Notepad, Select all CTRL A, copy CTRL C. Go to the Email window and CTRL V paste.
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This was a problem that perplexed me for a while too. Ultimately I learned that the curve has several different folders for different email addresses. This also includes a message folder for all messages. First go to the Home Screen and press the menu / Blackberry button. Select "Show All". Now scroll through until you see the offending folder indicating there is a message there. Delete that message and you should be back to normal. My problem had been a saved unread message in the saved messages folder that wasn't being displayed initially. That should take care of your problem!
Disabling your Yahoo email to the Blackberry won't solve your slowdown issues. The Blackberry is the preferred way to receive emails from a mobile device. You could have several different email accounts set up (i.e. gmail, hotmail, yahoo, ect.) and it wouldn't impact your performance. RIM is most known for their ease of set up and ability to forward / read email from a mobile. Check for other issues regarding slow down such as other processes running, slow network connection, ect.