1. Cubillas's Avatar
    Hi all:

    First time poster who is currently living through a bit of a nightmare with the BB. It all started when I finally decided to connect with my computer and try to sync the desktop and BB. It asked for a password which I had forgotten but guessed at 10 times. After the 10th time, the phone locked me out.
    Fortunately, I was able to, with help, determine how to get the cell working again (although I lost all of my contacts and only had about 75% of them in my Outlook.

    Anyway, whats strange now, is that I can receive e-mails, but cannot send them. It doesnt make sense. When I tried to respond to any e-mails Ive received on my BB, a message pops up which says, No message services configured. You will only be able to Save Draft. Whats strange is, prior to this set of nightmares, I had no problem sending e-mail.

    Any help, even if its just a link to a thread which discusses this, or an apropos tutorial, would be very appreciated. Thank you, in advance, for your assistance.
    08-22-11 12:56 AM
  2. Cubillas's Avatar
    I did a battery pull, btw, but it did not help. Any help would be MUCH appreciated - Thanks!
    08-22-11 09:23 AM
  3. SwitchBeach's Avatar
    Have you tried resending your Service Books?
    08-22-11 12:13 PM
  4. Cubillas's Avatar
    Have you tried resending your Service Books?
    How does one resend service books, SB?
    08-22-11 10:41 PM
  5. bb_guy_991638594's Avatar
    See if the following helps you:

    If you get this message and go to Options > Service Book and see that there is an entry for Desktop [CMIME], then it's usually that the service book has become unregisterred with the messaging subsystem. Highlight the service book (Desktop [CMIME]) click the thumbwheel and choose delete. Once gone, click the thumbwheel and choose undelete. This will bring it back and reregister it.

    It's not a guaranteed solution, but much quicker than reactivating if it does work.

    AND/OR

    No message services configured. Only able to save draft - Smartphone Forums

    * * *

    BTW-- what email client are you using? Like your office outlook or gmail, yahoo etc?
    08-23-11 12:05 AM
  6. Rootbrian's Avatar
    See if the following helps you:

    If you get this message and go to Options > Service Book and see that there is an entry for Desktop [CMIME], then it's usually that the service book has become unregisterred with the messaging subsystem. Highlight the service book (Desktop [CMIME]) click the thumbwheel and choose delete. Once gone, click the thumbwheel and choose undelete. This will bring it back and reregister it.

    It's not a guaranteed solution, but much quicker than reactivating if it does work.

    AND/OR

    No message services configured. Only able to save draft - Smartphone Forums

    * * *

    BTW-- what email client are you using? Like your office outlook or gmail, yahoo etc?
    Newest blackberries use trackpads, not thumbwheels anymore.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-23-11 12:22 AM
  7. SwitchBeach's Avatar
    No need to delete the existing Service Books.

    Log in to the Email Setup application on the device.
    Press the Menu button.
    Select Service Books.
    Click Send Service Books.

    Alternately, log in to your BIS account from a computer.
    Click Help.
    Click Send Service Books.
    08-23-11 12:38 PM
  8. Cubillas's Avatar
    Thanks, bb_guy, your suggestions worked!

    See if the following helps you:

    If you get this message and go to Options > Service Book and see that there is an entry for Desktop [CMIME], then it's usually that the service book has become unregisterred with the messaging subsystem. Highlight the service book (Desktop [CMIME]) click the thumbwheel and choose delete. Once gone, click the thumbwheel and choose undelete. This will bring it back and reregister it.

    It's not a guaranteed solution, but much quicker than reactivating if it does work.

    AND/OR

    No message services configured. Only able to save draft - Smartphone Forums

    * * *

    BTW-- what email client are you using? Like your office outlook or gmail, yahoo etc?
    08-23-11 09:25 PM
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