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Blackberry® For Dummies®, 4th Edition by Dante Sarigumba, Robert Kao

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Chapter 8. You've Got (Lots of) E-Mail

In This Chapter

  • Linking your e-mail accounts to your BlackBerry

  • Adding your own e-mail signature

  • Reconciling e-mails on your BlackBerry and PC

  • Receiving, sending, and spell-checking e-mails

  • Deleting and filtering your e-mails

  • Searching your e-mail

  • Saving messages

Your BlackBerry brings a fresh new face to the convenience and ease of use that you associate with e-mail. You can "hook" as many as ten e-mail accounts (from your work e-mail to personal e-mail from providers such as Yahoo! and AOL) to your BlackBerry. You can set up an e-mail signature, configure e-mail filters, and search for e-mails.

In this chapter, you find answers on how to use and manage the e-mail capabilities of your BlackBerry to their full potential. From setup to sorts, it's all covered here.

Getting Up and Running with E-Mail

Regardless of your network service provider (Verizon, Rogers, Vodafone, or other), you can set up your BlackBerry to receive e-mail from at least one of your e-mail accounts. Thus, with whatever address you use to send and receive e-mail from your PC (Yahoo!, Gmail, and so on), you can hook up your BlackBerry to use that same e-mail address. Instead of checking your Gmail from your desktop, for example, you can now get it on your BlackBerry.

Tip

Most network service providers allow you to connect as many as ten e-mail accounts to your BlackBerry. This provides you with the convenience of one central point from which you can get all your e-mail, without having ...

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