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How to setup email address using BlackBerry Bold

I wrote this article because some HOWTO website is not up to date. This article will guide you on how to add your MS Exchange email address using BlackBerry Bold smart phone.

  • In your BlackBerry Bold phone. Press the BlackBerry icon, and you should see "Maximize Panel", select and press the center button.
  • Scroll down, select, and press the Setup icon.
  • In Setup, you will see the Email Account, press the icon to configure your email. NOTE: If this is the first time you will add an email, you will force to create an BlackBerry ID. Go ahead and complete this process.
  • Your BlackBerry phone will try to complete the setup. Of course this will fail, because it does not know your email address, password, and your company Outlook Web Access exact URL address.
  • So, you need to provide these information manually.
  • Email:
  • Password: my email password
  • OWA Address: ; yes with /exchange
  • press Continue to complete the setup.
I hope this help you. Post your comment if you need assistance.

Other useful link, though not updated.


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