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Setting up your Blackberry phone for Verizon Wireless

This HOWTO guide assumed that you have Blackberry Internet Service (not the enterprise server or BES) added to your monthly service plan. If you don't know it, please contact your phone service provider before you continue reading this article.

Let's check your current Host Routing Table. Using your phone device, go to Option, Advance Options, then Host Routing Table. In Host Routing Table, you should see a bunch of information, and if you don't have it. Click the blackberry button (dotted icon) to register.

To register through the website (http://www.blackberry.com/go/vzw) you need your blackberry phone PIN and ESN number. To see this information using your blackberry phone device. Click Options, Status, here you should see your PIN, IMEI and ESN (dec) information. Grab this information for you to register to the website as mentioned above.

If your Host Routing Table data is corrected, you need to power off your blackberry phone and remove the battery for 10-15 seconds. Your blackberry phone device will automatically turn-on, and will re-initialize.

To setup your Blackberry phone to access your corporate e-mail through Blackberry Internet Service (BIS). Go to your phone email settings, you should be able to see the icon (Globe with email folder). You need your email address, for example em @ king.net (without space) and your password. It will try to connect to your server to confirm your email setup.

If successful, you will begin receiving emails after 20 minutes.

If you still need technical support, please join our message support board at this website http://www.RandomPage.com/group/Help or http://www.PCLiveSupport.com sites.

Enjoy.

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