also what is the carrier you have your data plan with?the login to bis is maybe where you are seeing issues? this is different than yahoo email and password most likely this is the bis login. accessing bis and email account and password are seperate.the bis login is not email address but a blackberry username .if you dont remember it you can click the forgot password link to recover itif you enter in email address to login to bis it will prompt an error to enter a username.I did as I was told (beginning to think that this was rather foolish) and my Blackberry says that the password is not valid. Thanks, Jo Without actually reading the email, it sounds to me like a scam. Have you changed any passwords or edited any of your accounts lately?You should log into that email account and change the password ASAP, just in case. If you used the email setup app on the Black Berry smartphone or your carrier's BIS webpage, then you are ok. Yahoo website said Yahoo believes my Yahoo account may have been compromised and had me reset password.Set up corporate BES email (enterprise activation).If your Exchange account still doesn't work, contact your corporate IT department for more help.
It said that email messages for that email address were not being deliverd to my Blackberry device. brand=telus T-Mobile: Black Berry Internet Service (U. Thanks -Stefan Again, please try the steps as listed as this will fix your issue and let me know that you either were successful or if you have further questions, please come back and ask so I can address them and get this working. I amstill trying to get the BB Internet Service to accept information.For what it's worth, I had to do it for my yahoo email Saturday morning. Same thing as your case, email from BIS, and BIS said password was not correct when I tried to validate. Afterward I validated my Yahoo email in BIS with the new password. Not done any editing of any sort to my accounts since I set them up on my blackberry.Unfortunately, the university have been making a lot of changes recently so I've emailed their helpdesk to sort that out. At least as far as that email and the directions in it. BIS may have repeatedly encountered errors with your university email inbox and timed out. Sort out your university email login and then go back and validate the email in BIS.Many companies provide a Microsoft Exchange email address to their employees.Sprint recommends that you contact your IT department for the correct setup information.