You can set up your POP or IMAP email address on your BlackBerry® smartphone.
To integrate a BlackBerry smartphone account with your email
- From an Internet browser, log on to your BlackBerry smartphone account.
- Click Set up BlackBerry Internet Email.
- Under Services, click E-mail Accounts.
- Click Set Up Account.
- Enter your full email address (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org), then enter and confirm your password. Click Next
- If the integration fails, you may receive the error “We were unable to configure this email account. Please tell us how you access your e-mail by selecting an option below.” This indicates that the integration may have failed because you typed the wrong account information. If this is the case, repeat steps 1 to 4.
- If the integration is not complete because additional information is missing, proceed to the next steps to make certain all information is entered.
- Click Next.
- Under Internet Service Provider E-mail (POP/IMAP), select I use Microsoft® Outlook® or Outlook Express.
NOTE: You may also select “I can access my mailbox using a Web browser (Outlook Web Access)”, or “I always use Microsoft Outlook to access my mailbox” under Microsoft Outlook/Exchange or “I can access my mailbox using a Web browser (iNotes” or “I always use Lotus Notes to access my mailbox” under IBM® Lotus Notes®/ Domino®.
- Click Next.
- Click Submit.
- Verify your email address, user name, and password.
- Specify whether to Leave messages on mail server or Utilize SSL.
- Click Submit. If your ISP requires a server name use rimimap.secureserver.net.
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