Have you ever received an email from a friend (or had someone complain to you about yours) who’s email signature said, “Sent from BlackBerry”?
And when you saw that signature did you think, “Boy! That’s pretentious! Why do I care??”
Well, we have a solution! Either their firm is on a BES (Business Enterprise System) system or they have a general BIS account (BIS being BlackBerry Internet Service).
On a BES system it’s easy to fix! Open you Desktop Manager and select (of find the setting for) email settings. In there you’ll find a place to modify the signature.
Now, if you’re on BIS it’s a bit more complicated. First you need to go to http://na.blackberry.com/eng/support/software/internet.jsp scroll down to the bottom and select your blackberry carrier. From there you’ll need to create an account. In order to do that you’ll need your device’s “PIN” and your “IMEI”. To find BOTH of these go into the settings and/or Options menu and select “Status”. Once you have your PIN and IMEI you can setup your online access to your BIS account. You now should have access to your BIS email accounts. Click on edit and you’ll notice the signature box and “Sent from BlackBerry”! DELETE and VOILA!
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