Download the FirstClass Mobile Client for BlackBerry.
Incoming Mail Server = mail02.goodmedia.net on port 993
Outgoing Mail Server = mail02.goodmedia.net on port 587
First, make sure your Blackberry Software is up to date.
1. Swipe down from the homescreen and select Settings
2. Scroll down and tap Accounts
3. From the bottom menu tap Add Account
4. From the bottom menu tap Advanced (you may have to hide the virtual keyboard to see the button)
5. Tap the IMAP account type
6. Enter your User ID in the Username field
7. Enter your email address in the Email Address field
8. Enter your password in the Password field
9. Enter: mail02.goodmedia.net in the Server Address field
10. Confirm that SSL is selected for Encryption and the Port is set to 993
11. Enter: mail02.goodmedia.net in the SMTP Server Address field
12. Confirm that SSL is selected for Encryption and the SMTP port is set to 587
13. Modify the Sync Interval and Initial Retrieval Amount if desired
14. Tap Done from the top right corner or Save from the bottom right corner
For Devices older than the BB10;
There are two ways to access FirstClass mail using a Blackberry device – the most common is to use the Blackberry (BIS) server to exchange mail, which is outlined below. The second is to download the FirstClass Mobile Client for BlackBerry.
You should also make sure your Blackberry Software is up to date.
To start with, you need to get a Blackberry ID, which is used to automatically sign you into your email accounts.
Once you have your Blackberry ID and Password, RIM provides separate login sites (Blackberry Internet Servers) through the ISPs… you need to correctly configure your Bell, Rogers, or Telus Blackberry accounts to have your GoodMedia based mail pulled by this site, to then be delivered successfully to your handheld device.
Once you have logged in, Add your GoodMedia account:
Because this is not a Microsoft Exchange server, you will need to click on “provide additional settings”:
Then add your GoodMedia account settings:
Note; Use mail02.goodmedia.net as the Email server: (below).
When complete, click on the Advanced Settings, make sure SSL is enabled, and Save;