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Whaddya know how to add your corporate email to your BlackBerry?

This is a simple HOWTO setup your Blackberry phone.

If you want to use your company email through your personal Blackberry phone. You may follow this simple procedure.

First you need to get the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) not the BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) normally use within the company added to your phone service plan.

Your phone service provider (AT&T, Verizon or Sprint) will need the following information for them to setup your BIS service. They will configure this for you when you subscribe to BIS. Normally it will take 4-8 hours before you start receiving emails through your BlackBerry phone.

Here's what needed to configure your BlackBerry phone email:
They should give your account ID and website link for you to manage your BlackBerry service if you need to add or delete email address.

Please post here comments and suggestions.
Thank you.


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