10-16-2011 03:21 PM
10-17-2011 12:17 PM
same problem for me.
tried using @me.com email address and @mac.com email address for "email address"
server: imap.mail.me.com OR p99-imap.mail.me.com OR p02-imap.mail.me.com
for user name, have tried user name before "@" and both user name +@mac.com and +@me.com
Nothing is working. Any ideas, BlackBerry?
10-17-2011 03:29 PM
I think this is nothing about blackberry . it is something about me.com.
I'm having same problem in one of my computer.
their exchange account need to do something. try change the password to refresh user account in me server.
06-05-2012 03:33 PM
My mac.com email stopped working this weekend when apple discontinued mobile.me. It works perfectly well on my mac, and on other devices but I cannot get or receive mail on my bberry. I contacted apple support they gave me this information:
For more information on how to use this information with your email application, consult your application's documentation.
IMAP (Incoming Mail Server) information:
SMTP (outgoing mail server) information:
Note: If you receive errors using SSL, try using TLS instead.
however the only way I know how to set up mail is through the setup wizard - which does not allow for any wiggle room
Any ideas please???
06-05-2012 04:48 PM
06-05-2012 04:56 PM
Unfortunately my wizard does not allow me to do that. After it makes me wait while it is "processing" it comes back with the message "Invalid email address or password. If the error persists, contact mac.com" which is the same message I was receiving with the correct password.
So you recommend I contact my service provider then (t-mobile)?
thank you for your help!
06-05-2012 05:06 PM
Well that's very strange...it's clearly documented here:
Another way is to use your carriers BIS website from a PC/browser (assuming your carrier has one, that is):
Another way is to, from your BB Browser, go here:
The last resort is, of course, to call your carrier to see if they can integrate the account for you...I personally don't like that method since it requires you tell your carrier your email credentials, and I never like giving my credentials to any other human. But that's just me, perhaps.