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Setting up your Email accounts on a Blackberry

This tutorial shows you how to set up your Blackberry to work with your POP3 email account. For tutorials on setting up your Email on the iPhone or other platforms, please see our other Knowledgebase Help Guides.

To Set Up Your E-mail Account on the Blackberry

1. Select Setup from your Blackberry “Home” menu.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 1

2. Select “Setup Wizard” from the main setup menu. If this is the first time you have accessed this menu you may be prompted to complete a short tutorial explaining basic Blackberry functionality.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 2

3. Select “Email Setup” from the list of options.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 3

4. Select the radio button next to “I want to Create or add an email address” and click “next”

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 4

5. You will be prompted to click “Next” again to launch the Blackberry Internet Service setup application.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 5

6. Click the “add” button underneath “add an existing email account”.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 6

7. Select the account type as “other”.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 7

8. Enter your email address (you@yourdomain.com) and your mailbox password as prompted and click “next”. It will process the credentials.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 8

9. You will then receive a “success” message letting you know your account has been configured correctly and a new menu icon has been added to access your mail.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 9

10. You ensure your phone and webmail are synchronised access your newly set up mail account and hit the Blackberry Menu button on your phone. Choose “options” from the list. Ensure that “delete on: mailbox and handheld” and “on conflict: mailbox wins” is selected and save the changes.

Setting up POP3 on Blackberry - step 10

Congratulations! Your mail account setup is now complete!

NB: This tutorial was sourced from here

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