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This feature is available for email accounts that are integrated with the Black Berry® Internet Service and/or associated with a Black Berry® Enterprise Server.
Today I’ll be showing you how you can customize your email signature, so grab your Black Berry smartphone and let’s get started!
If required, log in to access your Black Berry Internet Service account • If no email addresses are listed, you have not integrated an email address using the Black Berry Internet Service. Select Internet Mail Account • If no email addresses are listed, you have not integrated an email address using the Black Berry Internet Service. If no accounts are active, the status field will list Not Activated similar to the screenshot below: If you are using a Black Berry 6-enabled smartphone: 1. If the Black Berry smartphone is activated, it appears as follows: After you’ve determined how your email address is set up with your Black Berry smartphone, complete the steps below that apply to your Black Berry smartphone to customize your email signature.
Using an auto-signature for email is a great way to streamline message composition and give a more uniform and professional appearance to the body of a message.
Code Two Exchange Rules is an Exchange signature manager – a Microsoft Exchange Server add-on designed to help server administrators centralize the management of email signatures and disclaimers on MS Exchange.
It will help you quickly set up professional signatures for all employees in your company, without configuring anything on their computers or mobile devices.
Today's lesson will be on "How to Setup your Black Berry to Sync with Outlook." I see this question come up quite a few times and I also see that this could have saved a lot of people from having to start from scratch with their contacts, notes, calendars and tasks.
Users are free to change the message to whatever they like for each email account activated in the Black Berry Hub.
How to identify if you have a Black Berry Internet Service-integrated email address If you are using Black Berry Device Software 4.2 to 5.0: 1. Review the Activated Accounts field to determine if the Black Berry smartphone was activated on a Black Berry Enterprise Server.
On the home screen, select Email Settings – this icon may appear in the Setup folder 2. Review the Status field to determine if the Black Berry smartphone has been activated on a Black Berry Enterprise Server. If no accounts are active, your Black Berry smartphone is not associated with a Black Berry Enterprise Server.
Cause 2The Black Berry Device Software installed on the computer is branded for a wireless service provider other than the original.
Cause 3The Allow Wired Software Updates IT policy is set to Disabled.