Updating blackberry email
Below, you will find information about network coverage that supports email for AT&T and Verizon; for other carriers, contact your provider to determine what to look for.Regardless of what carrier you use, if your network status indicates email is not supported in your area, you must move to a location where email is supported.
As of January 1, 2013, no new BES accounts are being created.
Until the BB10 devices, all data traffic is routed through Black Berryu2019s servers.
This means that for some device a Black Berry server outage will also cause a blackout of e-mail, internet and the ping messaging service.
Access the Settings section of your Blackberry device and select the Accounts section: Select the Add Account option found at the bottom of the screen: Select the Advanced option at the bottom of the screen (This document is built around the Advanced section, auto-configure might work but to make sure all the settings are accurate please select Advanced Select IMAP account as the type of account: This is where all the settings are set, please enter/confirm the following settings: Username: Your full email address Email Address: Your full email address Password: Your password Server Address: imap.Encryption: NONE Port: 143 SMTP Username: Your full email address SMTP Password: Your password SMTP Server Address: relay.SMTP Encryption: OFF SMTP Port: 587 Select Done, the settings should now be validated and double checked.
If everything is good you have now setup Email on your Blackberry Z10 device. Email Settings for Account name: The name that will show up on the home screen Your name: The name that will be shown on the emails you send Incoming email server: imap.Account type: IMAP User name: Your full email address (ie: [email protected]) Password: Your Password Outgoing (SMTP) email server: relay.The above slider and table of settings should be sufficient for setting up EMail on most Blackberry phones.