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After switching on your BlackBerry, it will start its boot up process. On launching the Setup Wizard, you will need to specify details such as setting the time and choosing your language options. If the Setup Wizard does not launch automatically, press the Menu button on your home screen. In Setup, choose Setup Wizard and proceed. If the time that is set is wrong, you can change it by clicking on Edit. Confirm your time zone field which is in Date/Time in the Options. Set the date and time in the Date/Time Source field and Update. Click on Save. Follow the rest of the setup process. Taking the few minutes to do this will simplify your use of the device tremendously. NOTE: BIS users have two options. They can either set up their e-mail account from here or they can set up their online account at the service provider s web site. You could choose either, depending on your convenience. I will go through both processes. To synchronize your e-mail account from the Setup Wizard, you will need to specify which of the following options are applicable:
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BlackBerry Internet Service BlackBerry Enterprise Server BlackBerry Desktop Redirector BlackBerry Desktop Redirector is software that works with Microsoft Outlook. It gathers messages from the Outlook mailbox and forwards them to the handheld device. To work with this, the BlackBerry Desktop Manager and your handheld need to be synced. However, for it to function properly, the main computer and Outlook must be on at all times. Therefore, this option is not the most recommended. After this, select the I want to create or add an e-mail account option and click on Next. If you are creating a new account with BlackBerry, click on Create New Account and if you are updating an existing account, choose the Update Account option accordingly. If you choose to create a new account, then be informed that this will be a BlackBerry account, so your address would be yourusername@blackberry.com. When you update an already existing account, the e-mails that you receive will get forwarded to your handset. For this, you will need to type in the e-mail address along with your password. You can add up to ten e-mail accounts which you will be able to access from your handheld individually. If you agree to the terms and conditions, check the box next to it and click on Next. Complete the steps. NOTE: If you would like to set up your e-mail account through the service provider s BIS web site, then select the Skip option when the e-mail setup comes on.
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The sections that follow are for BIS users who in all probability would be setting up their account on their own. If you are a BES user, your company will handle this setup process for you. For BIS users on the GSM network, your wireless supplier will provide you with an activated number (SIM card). Contact your service provider for further details on this process. Once your number is activated, you can proceed towards creating your online account and setting up your e-mail. You can configure up to ten e-mail accounts with your BlackBerry handheld device. The account setup is necessary for your service provider to connect you and your handheld to the Internet and related data, as per the plan you have selected. To get an online account, follow these steps: 1. 2. Log onto your service provider s BIS web site. Click on New User / Create New Account to register.
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If you agree with the terms and conditions, select the check box next to I Agree. Now you will be asked for your PIN and IMEI codes. Check on the box in which you received the gadget for these details. If you do not have access to it, don t worry. You can also get the required information from the sticker on your BlackBerry device under the battery.
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Complete the process as per the instructions to create your account. You will need to confirm fields such as E-mail Accounts, Send From address, Auto BCC, and Signature. This is where you could also switch the BlackBerry device which is currently associated with your e-mail service. Once you have specified all these particulars, click on Save. Congratulations, you have successfully set up your BlackBerry device with your e-mail account and server. A confirmation mail from the activation server will soon follow on your handheld device, confirming this for you. NOTE: If you are using Edge, look for it to be written in capitals on the top right-hand corner of your BlackBerry screen. This indicates that you are logged onto the net.
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