Then tap on Advanced at the very bottom of the screen: 3.
On the next screen, you will need to choose whether you wish to configure IMAP or POP3 account.
For what it's worth, I had to do it for my yahoo email Saturday morning. Same thing as your case, email from BIS, and BIS said password was not correct when I tried to validate. Afterward I validated my Yahoo email in BIS with the new password. Not done any editing of any sort to my accounts since I set them up on my blackberry.
Unfortunately, the university have been making a lot of changes recently so I've emailed their helpdesk to sort that out. At least as far as that email and the directions in it. BIS may have repeatedly encountered errors with your university email inbox and timed out. Sort out your university email login and then go back and validate the email in BIS.
Here is the brief explanation of each setting: Description: the name of your email account Username: your full Private Email address Email Address: your full Private Email address Password: password for your Private Email address Server Address: mail.Port: 993 or 143 Encryption: SSL with 993 port or Star TLS with 143 port IMAP Path Prefix: leave it empty SMTP Username: your full Private Email address SMTP Password: password for your Private Email address SMTP Server Address: mail.(the same as incoming) SMTP Port: 465 or 587 SMTP Encryption: 465 with SSL or 587 with Star TLS Use Push if Supported: it should notify you wnen message is arrived Append messages to sent folder: to synchronize folders in mail client and on the server Sync Interval, Sync Timeframe: the interval when mail client sends query to the server in order to find new messages Roaming Data Control, Cellular Data Control and Wi-Fi Data Control: used for data control (it helps to decrease traffic of your mobile network).
NOTE: if by any chance you do not remember your password, you can easily reset it using the following tutorial. Once everything is filled in tap on Done in order to finish setting up: 7. When everything is set up you will see the following page: 10.
I did use the email setup app on the phone to validate it. "Validate password for in the Blackberry Internet Service: 1.