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Topic # 6794 23-Feb-2006 15:51
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Hi,
Has anyone had any luck getting a MSN client to work on their blackberry? I have downloaded the one from www.shapeservices.com but have been unable to get it to make a connection

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Reply # 29216 23-Feb-2006 16:03
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Are you using the Internet service or the Enterprise plan?

Last time I tested a Blackberry, the Internet service provided e-mail access only...






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  Reply # 29217 23-Feb-2006 16:07
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Using the Internet Plan,
I primarly use the blackberry for accessing the back end of our website and have no problem visiting any web pages on the internet of wap sites. although I believe data is charged seperatly for blackberry and vodafone APN

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 29218 23-Feb-2006 16:12
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Ok, so it should work them - unless it is using ports not allowed through the APN you have available (I don't think it would be the case).







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  Reply # 29219 23-Feb-2006 16:15
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Yea that is what I would have assumed, The program has an auto setup feather which just keeps on going and does not appear to do anything, and I get no connection / no error when I try to set the settings manualy (as per the settings provided on vodafones website)

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