Adding contacts via Blackberry Internet Service

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If you have a whole bunch of contacts that you need to manually add it may be easier to do it from your web browser using the Blackberry Internet Service instead of doing it through your Blackberry. The contacts will automatically be push to your Blackberry.

To add a contact in your BlackBerry Internet Service account, complete the following steps:

1. Log into your BlackBerry Internet Service account.

2. In the menu on the left-hand side of the page, click Address Book.

3. On the Address Book page, click New.

4. Enter in the information for the contact. One of the following three fields must be filled in to add a contact: First Name, Last Name, or Email.

5. Click Save and Close to save the contact information.

  • boris

    I tried this, but nothing happened. My addressbook in my device is still empty. I’m using Blackberry 7290 with Cingular.

  • boris

    I tried this, but nothing happened. My addressbook in my device is still empty. I’m using Blackberry 7290 with Cingular.

  • Bill_T

    I dont think this works on all providers BIS services.. Not all providers support the same “version” of BIS. From experiance, this will not work with the Cingular BIS accounts, I cannot speak for the other providers

  • Bill_T

    I dont think this works on all providers BIS services.. Not all providers support the same “version” of BIS. From experiance, this will not work with the Cingular BIS accounts, I cannot speak for the other providers

  • Paul

    I’m with O2 UK. This doesn’t work for it.

  • Paul

    I’m with O2 UK. This doesn’t work for it.

  • Anthony

    Adding contacts via the blackberry internet service did NOT work for my 7290, running with Rogers Wireless Netwrok in Canada.

    However, it did update my blackberry internet service (web-based) address book.

  • Anthony

    Adding contacts via the blackberry internet service did NOT work for my 7290, running with Rogers Wireless Netwrok in Canada.

    However, it did update my blackberry internet service (web-based) address book.

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