1. gg96's Avatar
    --I recently got a bb curve 9360 to play with it.
    texts, sms, calls, mms work fine.
    browser is kinda clunky, even opera mini.
    --however I've tried using the forum and chat gpt/ other ai to try and find a solution for email clients.
    --I've tried logicmail, pico mail and even the browsers but they dont work over wifi or data
    --does anyone know something I could try?

    thanks y'all
    07-09-23 01:11 AM
  2. New User's Avatar
    try Outlook manually in Imap

    Like fricking everything from server, email address, passwords, etc.
    07-09-23 08:25 AM
  3. SAVVYSCLUTTER's Avatar
    try Outlook manually in Imap

    Like fricking everything from server, email address, passwords, etc.
    It no longer works as MS disabled TLS 1.0 in May.
    07-09-23 09:32 AM
  4. conite's Avatar
    --I recently got a bb curve 9360 to play with it.
    texts, sms, calls, mms work fine.
    browser is kinda clunky, even opera mini.
    --however I've tried using the forum and chat gpt/ other ai to try and find a solution for email clients.
    --I've tried logicmail, pico mail and even the browsers but they dont work over wifi or data
    --does anyone know something I could try?

    thanks y'all
    Don't think there is anything left.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    07-09-23 10:47 AM
  5. Lex24's Avatar
    --I recently got a bb curve 9360 to play with it.
    .....
    --however I've tried using the forum and chat gpt/ other ai to try and find a solution for email clients.
    --I've tried logicmail, pico mail and even the browsers but they dont work over wifi or data
    I have LogicMail (v2.2.0.85) working on carrier's data connection on BB Curve 9320 (OS 7.1.0.1098) since BB server shutdown (in Jan 2022) with the following settings:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/9482/BAMZfG.jpg

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/7287/BI7f9Z.jpg

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img924/9112/EfA6RT.jpg

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/6259/H2rKF1.jpg

    The last step of the setup wizard should look like this:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img924/8777/V7Fkws.jpg

    The key is to find an email service provider which still supports basic authentication and TLS v1.0. I assume that you have the last version of LogicMail (v2.2.0.85), which is the "Latest build" listed here:

    LogicMail Installation

    You can find some more setup tips here:

    https://forums.crackberry.com/blackb.../#post13675228

    In order to get everything working properly you might also need to wipe and reinstall the OS on your device, as explained here:

    https://forums.crackberry.com/blackb.../#post13624494

    https://forums.crackberry.com/blackb.../#post13459745
    Last edited by Lex24; 07-10-23 at 05:23 AM.
    07-10-23 05:09 AM
  6. conite's Avatar

    The key is to find an email service provider which still supports basic authentication and TLS v1.0.
    I honestly didn't think there were any left.
    07-10-23 06:24 AM
  7. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    I honestly didn't think there were any left.
    Yeah that would have been the information most helpful to offer up....

    Is anyone using BBOS and able to utilize email?
    07-10-23 10:28 AM
  8. Lex24's Avatar
    The key is to find an email service provider which still supports basic authentication and TLS v1.0.
    I honestly didn't think there were any left.
    Here is the screenshot from my Inbox:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/615/D4whE0.jpg

    My email service provider is a small Canadian ISP. They do not pay much attention to that part of their business. Some features, like email forwarding, have been broken for years and never fixed (you need to use their internal code to get it working as the button on the "settings" web page does not work). Having said that, the service is still very reliable, I have never had any problems with missing or delayed emails. It is a low maintenance operation, I guess, just like BIS used to be after BBOS development had stopped. You can probably find more email providers like that. Mozilla's ISP Database mentioned before might be a good start:

    https://autoconfig.thunderbird.net/v1.1/

    Just look for the following strings in the XML file:

    <socketType>SSL</socketType>

    <authentication>password-cleartext</authentication>

    And if you see this anywhere then all bets are off:

    <authentication>OAuth2</authentication>

    According to Mozilla's XML file (dated 2023-06-29) outlook.com should actually still be working ok with Logic Mail (imap, pop3 and smtp). Otherwise I would first try gmx.com.
    Dunt Dunt Dunt likes this.
    07-11-23 03:03 AM
  9. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    Here is the screenshot from my Inbox:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/615/D4whE0.jpg

    My email service provider is a small Canadian ISP. They do not pay much attention to that part of their business. Some features, like email forwarding, have been broken for years and never fixed (you need to use their internal code to get it working as the button on the "settings" web page does not work). Having said that, the service is still very reliable, I have never had any problems with missing or delayed emails. It is a low maintenance operation, I guess, just like BIS used to be after BBOS development had stopped. You can probably find more email providers like that. Mozilla's ISP Database mentioned before might be a good start:

    https://autoconfig.thunderbird.net/v1.1/

    Just look for the following strings in the XML file:

    <socketType>SSL</socketType>

    <authentication>password-cleartext</authentication>

    And if you see this anywhere then all bets are off:

    <authentication>OAuth2</authentication>

    According to Mozilla's XML file (dated 2023-06-29) outlook.com should actually still be working ok with Logic Mail (imap, pop3 and smtp). Otherwise I would first try gmx.com.
    Several have reported the outlook.com is no longer working due to MS shutdown for support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. It's been deprecated for a while, but I guess MS finally pulled the plug on June 30th (them and most the major email services, as per a US government request). It has affected a few of the old BBOS users, but in the USA there aren't really any with the 3G shutdown. Not sure how many there really are around the world right now, and of those how many use email to much of a degree.... but possible that those in under developed markets also have access to an ISP running an outdated system that still allows it.
    07-11-23 10:18 AM
  10. SAVVYSCLUTTER's Avatar
    Here is the screenshot from my Inbox:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/615/D4whE0.jpg

    My email service provider is a small Canadian ISP. They do not pay much attention to that part of their business. Some features, like email forwarding, have been broken for years and never fixed (you need to use their internal code to get it working as the button on the "settings" web page does not work). Having said that, the service is still very reliable, I have never had any problems with missing or delayed emails. It is a low maintenance operation, I guess, just like BIS used to be after BBOS development had stopped. You can probably find more email providers like that. Mozilla's ISP Database mentioned before might be a good start:

    https://autoconfig.thunderbird.net/v1.1/

    Just look for the following strings in the XML file:

    <socketType>SSL</socketType>

    <authentication>password-cleartext</authentication>

    And if you see this anywhere then all bets are off:

    <authentication>OAuth2</authentication>

    According to Mozilla's XML file (dated 2023-06-29) outlook.com should actually still be working ok with Logic Mail (imap, pop3 and smtp). Otherwise I would first try gmx.com.
    I signed up for GMX and tried both SSL and TLS. Neither worked and this page says, 'we no longer support the older TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1'.
    Last edited by SAVVYSCLUTTER; 07-16-23 at 12:41 PM.
    07-16-23 03:31 AM
  11. Lex24's Avatar
    I signed up for GMX and tried both SSL and TLS. Neither worked.
    It looks like GMX won't work any more. You might be able to find some other providers which are slow to phase out support for older versions of TLS at the link below. I can see Mailbox.org, Startmail.com and Tutanota.com but there might be more. They seem all located outside the US:

    https://discuss.privacyguides.net/t/...roviders/11830
    07-16-23 11:31 AM
  12. SAVVYSCLUTTER's Avatar
    It looks like GMX won't work any more. You might be able to find some other providers which are slow to phase out support for older versions of TLS at the link below. I can see Mailbox.org, Startmail.com and Tutanota.com but there might be more. They seem all located outside the US:

    https://discuss.privacyguides.net/t/...roviders/11830
    Mailbox and Startmail are paid; Tutanota only supports webmail and not IMAP. Should I give up?
    07-22-23 02:06 PM
  13. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    Mailbox and Startmail are paid; Tutanota only supports webmail and not IMAP. Should I give up?
    What's the big deal with paid? At least it's supported.
    07-22-23 04:45 PM
  14. SAVVYSCLUTTER's Avatar
    What's the big deal with paid? At least it's supported.
    If I find it doesn't support TLS 1.0, I'll waste my money.
    07-23-23 02:20 AM
  15. m3ach's Avatar
    If I find it doesn't support TLS 1.0, I'll waste my money.
    Can you not ask the question before you pay?
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    07-23-23 08:07 AM
  16. Zak-93's Avatar
    Can you not ask the question before you pay?

    hi can someone tell me if I buy a brand new blackberry (Q10) never used will it work?
    I could start it and use it correctly?
    03-27-24 02:24 PM
  17. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    hi can someone tell me if I buy a brand new blackberry (Q10) never used will it work?
    I could start it and use it correctly?
    Depends....

    Will it turn on? Might need a new battery if it's been in a box for eleven years.

    Network connectivity is based on what carrier you plan to use.... but if in the USA, no.

    If your looking for a basic phone.... maybe. If you want a phone that can run today's apps.... NO.

    At this point even email is starting to be an issue for BB HUB...
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    03-27-24 03:09 PM

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