1. karumudi7's Avatar
    Hi my Office mail was on Zimbra server. We used through Web mail.
    I want to configure this to my BB. Can any one know how to configure this? I contact my Admin, but he said they will provide only for the people who are in higher authorities in the company.
    But I want to access this in my BB... Any possibilities?


    Thanks!!!
    06-07-11 09:27 AM
  2. linuxdaemon's Avatar
    If you can't get a BES account from the admin, you are not totally out of luck. You can still connect through BIS as long as IMAP support is enabled on your zimbra installation. Since you don't need any external connections for the web mail, it is still possible that IMAP support is disabled. If IMAP does work, it should work fine for mail, but calendars will be a pain since it doesn't do a 2-way sync for those.
    06-07-11 11:21 AM
  3. karumudi7's Avatar
    If you can't get a BES account from the admin, you are not totally out of luck. You can still connect through BIS as long as IMAP support is enabled on your zimbra installation. Since you don't need any external connections for the web mail, it is still possible that IMAP support is disabled. If IMAP does work, it should work fine for mail, but calendars will be a pain since it doesn't do a 2-way sync for those.

    Can you tell me how to configure?
    06-09-11 10:51 AM
  4. linuxdaemon's Avatar
    It is going to depend if IMAP is enabled. But you should be able to login to your carrier's BIS page (https://bis.na.blackberry.com/html?brand=vzw for verizon) then click on "Setup An Email account", enter your email address and password and it will try to figure out the connection on its own. I've never had it not figure out the connection on its own, so I'd guess if it doesn't figure it out, IMAP isn't enabled.
    06-09-11 09:30 PM
  5. karumudi7's Avatar
    It is going to depend if IMAP is enabled. But you should be able to login to your carrier's BIS page (https://bis.na.blackberry.com/html?brand=vzw for verizon) then click on "Setup An Email account", enter your email address and password and it will try to figure out the connection on its own. I've never had it not figure out the connection on its own, so I'd guess if it doesn't figure it out, IMAP isn't enabled.
    I tried adding the mail in the carrier's BIS page https://airtel.blackberry.com
    but it is showing error....Error in vaidation...& such type of errors.
    I think IMAP is disabled.
    06-09-11 09:57 PM
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