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* Staff/Faculty with a Blackberry can join the blackberry server. As long as you have an unlimited data plan (for a Blackberry server).
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== Set up Outlook email, calendar, and contacts on a Blackberry 10 ==
* Advantage: Push down of e-mail/contacts/calendaring from the server.
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'''Adding an ActiveSync Enabled Account on Your BlackBerry 10 Smartphone'''
* Blackberry password different from AD - one time only password! You don't need it after that!
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* Setup wizard => Blackberry enterprise server option => Password that TelServ has given.
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*While viewing the home screen, swipe down from the top of the screen
* Main Mail view shows a combined/unified view of sent and received. There's an option to turn this off... It also stuffs other e-mail accounts in the unified view, so if you have Gmail account, you'll see that too!!!
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*Select Settings > Accounts
* Great troubleshooting step: Take the battery out, put it back in.
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*If this is your first account, select the Advanced icon  that appears along the bottom toolbar.
* A blackberry can be reset to factory defaults! Try not to reset it unless absolutely necessary, as this requires telephone services to regenerate a password. It also wipes all 3rd party apps.
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If you have other accounts already, select Add Account followed by selecting Advanced
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Select Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync from the Advanced Setup options (for all ActiveSync based accounts regardless of mail platform)
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*:Enter in the required information, which includes:
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*::Username
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*::Email Address
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*::Password
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*::Server Address - '''mail.middlebury.edu'''
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*::Port (443 by default)
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*Note: optional fields include Description, Domain, toggles for SSL, VPN, and Push, as well as the Sync Timeframe.
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*:Tap Next to finish configuring the account, and then tap Done.
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You should now have a BlackBerry 10 smartphone configured with work email via Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
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For more information go to the BlackBerry web site, [http://bizblog.blackberry.com/2013/03/blackberry-10-activesync]
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Latest revision as of 09:56, 23 August 2013

Set up Outlook email, calendar, and contacts on a Blackberry 10

Adding an ActiveSync Enabled Account on Your BlackBerry 10 Smartphone

  • While viewing the home screen, swipe down from the top of the screen
  • Select Settings > Accounts
  • If this is your first account, select the Advanced icon that appears along the bottom toolbar.

If you have other accounts already, select Add Account followed by selecting Advanced Select Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync from the Advanced Setup options (for all ActiveSync based accounts regardless of mail platform)

  • Enter in the required information, which includes:
    Username
    Email Address
    Password
    Server Address - mail.middlebury.edu
    Port (443 by default)
  • Note: optional fields include Description, Domain, toggles for SSL, VPN, and Push, as well as the Sync Timeframe.
  • Tap Next to finish configuring the account, and then tap Done.

You should now have a BlackBerry 10 smartphone configured with work email via Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.

For more information go to the BlackBerry web site, [1]

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