BlackBerry Internet Solution.
Managing your BlackBerry
Internet Service Guide.
BlackBerry Internet Service™ from Optus allows you to send and receive email and add up to 10
supported business and personal email accounts to your BlackBerry ® device. The BlackBerry
Internet Service web site enables you to set up and modify your email account.
For more information on setting up your email account, see the BlackBerry Internet Service Getting
LOGGING IN TO THE BLACKBERRY INTERNET
SERVICE WEB SITE:
1. Point your browser to www.optus.com.au/blackberry and click on Register To Set Up
and Manage Your Email.
2. Enter the user ID and password for your account.
3. Click Login. The Home page appears.
see the online Help.
USING THE HOME PAGE
From the Home page you can access a variety of BlackBerry Internet Service features.
Add up to 10 business and personal email accounts to your
BlackBerry device, create email filters, and set an Auto-signature.
Change the BlackBerry device associated with the BlackBerry
Select a language.
Change your password.
Send a new service book to your device if you are having difficulty
sending or receiving email.
ADDING EMAIL ACCOUNTS AND CREATING FILTERS
Adding an email account
1. Click Email Accounts.
2. Click Setup Account. The Add email account
3. Enter the following information:
• Email Address: The full email address for
the account you want to add (for example,
4. Click Next. If the account is added
firstname.lastname@example.org). successfully, the updated Email Accounts
• Password: The password for the email page appears.
If BlackBerry Internet Service is unable to
• Confirm Password: The password for the connect to your email account using this
email account. information, see Advanced email set-up.
Creating a filter
1. Click Email Accounts.
2. Click the Filter icon beside an email
3. Click Click here.
4. In the Filter Name field, enter a filter
5. Specify the filter settings.
6. Specify the filter options.
7. Click Add Filter.
For detailed information on the filter settings
and options, click the question mark.
ADVANCED EMAIL SET-UP
Internet Service Provider Microsoft Exchange ® or IBM ® Lotus ®
(ISP) accounts Domino ® email accounts
For an ISP account, you may have to do one of For these email accounts, you may have to do
the following: one of the following:
■ Download auto-detection tools that will ■ Enter additional information, such as
automatically detect the required settings
■ Website URL used to access your account
■ Enter additional information, such as
■ Email account name
■ The name of your ISP email server for
■ User name and password
■ Download the BlackBerry Mail Connector so
■ Server type (POP/IMAP)
BlackBerry Internet Service can access your
■ Toggle SSL on/off corporate email account
For more information about your BlackBerry Internet Solution
■ Read the BlackBerry FAQs at www.optus.com.au/blackberry
■ When you are logged in to your BlackBerry Internet Service account select Help from the
■ Refer to the quick reference guide supplied with your BlackBerry device
■ For full terms and conditions, please see www.optus.com.au/standardagreements
IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS,
PLEASE CONTACT OPTUS CUSTOMER CARE ON 1300 300 937.
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