Before you start configuring APN settings, you will need following information from your wireless carrier: APN, username and password.It may happen that the username and password you your particular wireless service provider is not set and in that case, just leave it blank. T-Mobile: APN= wap.voicestream.com, Username: [blank] , Password: [blank] Rogers: APN=internet.com, Username=wapuser1, Password=wap Check out this list of Black Berry TCP IP APN settings for Black Berry, it may have APN settings for your service provider or contact your wireless service provider to obtain this information.
Some third-party connectors exist, including Scalix, Zarafa, Zimbra, and the Google Apps BES Connector, although these are not supported by Black Berry Limited.
Prior to version 4.0, BES was largely two separate codebases, with the 2.2 version for Domino and the 3.6 version for Exchange.
To meet these requirement of 3rd party apps, you can configure the Access Point Name, user name and password to allow Black Berry to connect directly to the Internet via your wireless service provider gateway.
You do not need this APN setting for connecting your Black Berry to a Wi-Fi router.
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If you're interested to know a little bit more, check out the press release below. and TORONTO – April 27, 2017 – As one of the highlights of this year’s Mobile World Congress, the Black Berry KEYone captured global attention and acclaim, ushering in a new era of Black Berry smartphones. Before I explain further, what is APN setting and why you need it, let me tell you, this is neither a mandatory setting you need to have it configured nor any native Black Berry apps require you to configure this APN setting to function.Some third-party applications might require a direct TCP or HTTP connection to the Internet.For example, a stock price application might require a connection to the Internet to retrieve the latest stock prices.The TCP settings might be required for the third-party application to access the Internet.In version 4.0 and beyond, much of the code is integrated, but separate distributions still remain for each supported mail platform.