im trying to set up my email on my blackberry but it says in the options; has your blackberry enterprise server administrator provided you with an enterprise activation password what is this and how do i get one ?
I gave my 8320 to my niece , however i have two email accounts and a tmo.blackberry. email email on the phone, she is not using a data plan how do i delete the accounts off the phone? I can not find the icon for setting up email? what do i do?
I seem to be having trouble setting up email on my Curve 9300. When I press the trackball with internet mail highlighted it does nothing. This is a work phone for I am not the first user of the phone. This all started with the outage we had ealier in the month.
Since I mistakenly wiped my phone a week ago I cannot set up my email accounts again.I seem to remember having to use a blackberry address and then got to key up my live mail account but now i cant seem to do it. THe email account icon doesnt lead anywhere in the setup icon.
I am trying to help my friend set up her email on her new phone. The settings is not giving her an option to choose which email to use. It is only giving out the Blackberry network and she wants to use her own. Do you have to have a data package in order to use personal email?
I bought a Curve 8520 from O2, without internet data allowance. Ever since the day I got it, the wi-fi setting didn't seem to work properly. The 'wi-fi' icon on the home screen is permenantly grey, and there is always a white '-' after 'wi-fi' in the 'manage connection' window, although the mobile shows that it has been connected to the wi fi network. In the browser selection, there is only a 'hotspot' and an 'O2 active'.
The other problem is about email setting. In the 'Email setup' panel, there is only a 'I want to use a work email account with a blackberry Enterprise Server', but without a private email account seeting. And without being able to connect to a wi fi network, I cannot use the email function at all!The other equiry is about the 'SIM card' option in 'Advanced option' list. The phone number appear to be 'unknown number'.
I have just recently received my new Virgin BB Curve and cannot access the internet. It is telling me I need to tell it if my email is POP or IMAP and I have no idea. We have broadband from Virgin Media and my email accounts are with hotmail, rocketmail and yahoo.
Trying to set up emails on new phone, every time I try to set up Rogers emails, message of "invalid email address or password. Verify your email address and password." Was able to setup hotmail but not rogers.
I have just bought a curve 8500 and do not have the option to set up a personal email account - it says to contact my service provider but BT has not been facilitating at all - I have been at this for almost 2 hours and am ready to take the blackberry back to the shop and get something else.
I am having real and I mean real problems setting up my Mail.com email. Since their settings have changed I have not received any emails. I am on my third blackberry curve, Carphonewarehouse don't know what to do. It just wont set up. I get "update failed" I have tried to set up through T Mobile on my phone, no luck, says an error has occurred while setting up email...I have run out of ideas. Contract is ending in Nov and very tempted to go to another smartphone.
I have company provided bb curve 8900.The email was configured for BB Enterprise Server Option. I have left the company and now want to use my gmail with WiFi internet connection. I am unable to get WiFi because the BB device is still configured for my ex employer's Enterprise Server. How do I remove these settings?
I am a very new purchaser of this Blackberry. Most things seem to be working just fine. I have successfully set up my AOL email address so I am receiving AOL emails on the Blackberry. I also have my own domain name for use on my PC. I have tried adding that email address to the Blackberry but it is being rejected.
I just purchased a Curve 8530 and in my set up wizard I only have 3 icons. Most importantly under email set up it only gives me the Blackberry Enterprise Server option. It does not give me a personal email set up option.
I have had my work emails on my Blackberry for the last few months. Yesterday it asked me validate my account. I re-entered my password, but it said it couldn't connect, password/details were incorrect.
I have deleted the account, and tried to add it back in - but still comes with the same error. I can access Outlook Web Access on my laptop, so the connection details are definitely correct, but it wont let me link to my phone any more?
Not sure if this is linked to the problems this week, and therefore may work once everything is back to normal, or if there is another error?
I am trying to set up a 2nd email address on my Curve 8520. I currently have 1 gmail set up. I had a 2nd awhile back, but deleted it when I didn't need it any longer. Now I have another that I need to set up, but every time I go to the email setup wizard, I get this error message:The site cannot be accessed in this manner. Please use the URL or link provided to you by your service provider.What in the world? Please help! I use T-Mobile, if that's needed information.
How to use the same folder email on my blackberry? When I change my mobile network and register again my bb and setup email again with my old email, my bb will make a new folder to store my email. How can I change my bb setting still using my old email folder?
About three weeks ago I upgraded my BB from Curve 9300 to 9380. I copied settings using desktop software and transferred over to my new device. All apps reinstalled fine and I set five email accounts including 3 (business emails) provided through a hosting account with Media Temple. These all work fine and still do.My old phone was to be given to a colleague, so I reset the device and put all setting back to default and followed the process indicated for a new SIM. When we tried to set up email on the old device (9300) it wouldn't work giving an error message stating unable to verify account contact email provider. I am the administrator of the email accounts so I know that the settings are correct., the network provider reset all settings for email etc and BIS account details etc are all correct. The email account works through outlook and can be accessed via webmail and we've tried password change and even deleted and set a new email account up but still the same problem - error message stating user or password incorrect.
I hoped that this was a problem with the settings on the old device (9300) which we could pin down and resolve however it seems not to be as now when I try to set up a new email account on my new device (9380) I get the same problem!User password error - when the details entered are 100% correct and on a device which I successfully set up the same type of email account!
I registered with the wireless network (advanced option/host routing table/register now) and received email stating registered OK. I then went to set up wizard/email set up but there is only the option to: - 'I want to use a work email account....' but nothing to set up a personal email address. I logged onto [URL] to try and register for an account, however I continually get the message 'Cannot create account This Blackberry device is not registered with your wireless service provider...' even though I received a message saying I was registered. I contacted Vodafone who confirmed that Blackberry Internet Service is set up on my monthly contract, they checked the PIN and IMEI number, but nothing worked?
My phone whistles softly and I don't know why. I think it might have something to do with it locking and unlocking? It didn't use to do this and only started when I set up my phone to receive my work emails. It's annoying because it makes a whistling sound even if the phone is on vibrate. I don't know how to change this setting and I'm not sure what even triggers it to make the whistling sound. I can't show my IT guy because I don't know what makes it whistle and he never seems to be around when it does whistle (he thinks I'm crazy now).