How To Integrate an iNotes account with your BlackBerry account

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Lotus iNotes
Lotus iNotes is the web-based version of the Lotus Notes email client. It provides an interactive interface that duplicates the functionality of the Lotus Notes email client within a web browser. To integrate an iNotes account with your BlackBerry account:

1. Connect to the BlackBerry Internet Service website and log in to your BlackBerry account.
2. On the navigation bar, click Profile.
3. Under Email Accounts, click the hyperlink other email accounts.
4. Click Add Account.
5. Type the email address, user name, and password in the appropriate fields and click Submit.
6. Under Lotus Notes/Domino, select the option for I can access my mailbox using a Web browser (iNotes).
7. Click Submit.
8. In the iNotes URL field, type your iNotes account URL. Include the location of the .nsf file and the connection type (either http or https).

For example, http://domain.domain.com/mail/username.nsf.
9. Verify that your email address, user name, and password are correct.
10. Select the Leave messages on mail server check box.
11. Click Submit.

  • Richard

    I set this up to work with my school account (I’m at the Schulich School of Business, @ York University in Toronto, Canada) right when I first got my blackberry 2 months ago. Suddenly about 2 weeks ago my blackberry stopped working with the account.

    I have no clue why, nor does tech support at my school. Until then however, it was great!

  • Richard

    I set this up to work with my school account (I’m at the Schulich School of Business, @ York University in Toronto, Canada) right when I first got my blackberry 2 months ago. Suddenly about 2 weeks ago my blackberry stopped working with the account.

    I have no clue why, nor does tech support at my school. Until then however, it was great!

  • jp

    The same thing happened to me, so I just redefined it within bwc and it worked with no problems.

  • jp

    The same thing happened to me, so I just redefined it within bwc and it worked with no problems.

  • Bengy

    This is not supported any more on AT&T. It has not been for at least a year. Not sure if other carriers still support this. I suppose they want you to pay the extra for BES service.

  • Bengy

    This is not supported any more on AT&T. It has not been for at least a year. Not sure if other carriers still support this. I suppose they want you to pay the extra for BES service.

  • Shw

    Bengy — I believe you are SPOT-ON … no longer is possible to connect to iNotes using BIS!  This is so the carrier can charge the extra $ for the connection service to us subscribers.