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Easy steps for customizing your Blackberry email signature, or removing it altogether.

I have a Blackberry Torch phone and I'd like to transfer photos from the bb to my computer. I was looking at the Blackberry Desktop Manager that has a Bluetooth option, but I'm not sure how to use it. Can you help me with this?

My Blackbery torch has my POP email account on it. If I open an email on my BB first, it will not show up in my desktop inbox in Outlook. Why does that happen and how can I prevent it?

Question: Is it possible to email a song to my Blackberry, and be able to listen to it from my Blackberry?

Question: I read your comments about putting a signature into a Blackberry, but to take this one step further, can I add my company logo to this signature?

Is it possible to lock down access to my Blackberry, so my boss cannot see my email and web browsing activity?

Question: I just purchased a BB Curve with sprint. According to the specs this phone supports an 8gb memory card (which I have), but how do I reformat it?

Question: I'm considering the new, WiFi challenged, Blackberry Storm. Being that 3G is somewhat weak at home, I would like to know if it is possible to pair the bluetooth equipped Storm to my Internet connected PC and then surf the Web from the Storm via the PCs high speed connection?

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Question: I keep getting duplicate emails on my Blackberry Curve 8310, and it seems to be only messages that I reply to (where the original message will show up again after I reply to it, even if it was received several weeks ago). Is there a way to turn this off?

Answer: The trick for turning off duplicate emails was to switch the account type to use my company's outlook web mail address instead of integrating directly with the exchange server.

Basically I logged into the Blackberry email account setup screen and deleted my existing email account, and then created a new one that used the same web address that I use when I log into Outlook with the web client.

The devil is in the details however, and here are the tricks I used to create a blackberry email account that used my company's outlook web address instead of exchange.

First, I logged into the blackberry internet service page (http://att.blackberry.com for me since I'm with AT&T), and then deleted the account that I had set up.

Next, I created a new account using test@test.com (or some bogus email address that the service won't be able to find. This is necessary because it won't show you the super advanced account configuration options unless it can't connect to your mail server, so this fakes it out).


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