Here is the settings you should be having there.
1. From your BlackBerry home screen, select the BlackBerry Set-up icon, then choose Personal Email Set-up. (On older devices, just look for the Personal Email Set-up icon.)
2. Select Personal Email Set-up.
3. Accept Terms and Conditions.
4. On the ‘Email Account Set-up’ page, enter your full email address (including @yourdomainname.com’) but leave the ‘Password:’ field blank. Select Next.
5. You’ll see a screen that says ‘We were unable to configure [email@example.com].’ Select I will provide the settings to add this email account, then Next.
6. Select Internet Service Provider Email (POP), then Next.
7. Select I will provide the settings to add this email account, then Next.
8. You’ll see ‘The BlackBerry Internet Service could not configure (firstname.lastname@example.org) email account.’ Select Provide The Settings to continue.
9. In the ‘User name:’ field, enter your full email address (email@example.com). Then enter your password in the ‘Password:’ field.
10. In the ‘Email server:’ field, enter ‘mail.yourdomainname.com’ then select Next.
11. If POP access was successfully configured, select OK.
12. Below your newly added firstname.lastname@example.org address, select Edit.
13. Select Advanced Settings at the bottom.
14. Make sure the port is set to ‘
110 for POP,
26 or 25 for Smtp and ‘Use SSL’ is set to ‘NO.’
15. Select Save.
There should now be a new mailbox icon on your BlackBerry home screen labeled with your email@example.com address. Once you see this icon, follow these steps to ensure proper configuration:
1. Open the mailbox icon.
2. Open the menu by pressing the jog wheel or BlackBerry menu button, then select Options.
3. Select Email Reconciliation.
4. Confirm the following settings:
* Delete On: Mailbox & Handheld
* Wireless Reconcile: On
* On Conflicts: Mailbox Wins
5. Select Save.
6. Check our recommended client settings, and adjust your client’s settings as needed.