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Old 02-13-2007, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear users,

we are in the process of finishing our latest e-mail utility TagIt! (http://www.link-two.com/bb.html) and would like to get feedback on what kind of BB e-mail utility you would like to see next.
We will be very happy for any kind of input you might have here. So far the most promising idea we have is a utility we would call "Email Scheduler", which would allow you to send automatic scheduled e-mails. What do you think? Do you have any ideas you would like to see running on your BlackBerry?

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View the email in HTML so it looks like it does on a PC.
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:24 PM   #3 (permalink)
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View the email in HTML so it looks like it does on a PC.
That's a great idea! Is there anything else that you would like to enhance your BB e-mail?

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View the email in HTML so it looks like it does on a PC.
I second that request...
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That's a great idea! Is there anything else that you would like to enhance your BB e-mail?

Thank you!
The ability to view simple folders and place email in those folders.
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View the email in HTML so it looks like it does on a PC.
That's what I've been waiting for.
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How does TagIt! work?

I installed it and I could not find the menu option or program to run for TagIt.
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I know many people that switch to a BB dont like how it lumps sms/mms/email/call log all in one folder. Maybe a auto sort type program that moves mms to an mms folder, sms to an sms folder, calls to its own folder and so on.

I know the BB does have a similiar option already but its hidden down in the menus and not just icons on the home page except for 1-2 themes that you have to hack your files to activate.

I really want what every non BB phones has and I/everyone have been used to for years, an sms in/out box, email in/out box, mms in/out box and call log in/out box.

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I know many people that switch to a BB dont like how it lumps sms/mms/email/call log all in one folder. Maybe a auto sort type program that moves mms to an mms folder, sms to an sms folder, calls to its own folder and so on.

I know the BB does have a similiar option already but its hidden down in the menus and not just icons on the home page except for 1-2 themes that you have to hack your files to activate.



I really want what every non BB phones has and I/everyone have been used to for years, an sms in/out box, email in/out box, mms in/out box and call log in/out box.
100% agreement in what I would like!
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I would like the ability to attach a jpg, doc, etc
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The ability to view simple folders and place email in those folders.
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How does TagIt! work?

I installed it and I could not find the menu option or program to run for TagIt.
Hi,

the TagIt! menu should be available whenever you have an e-mail open. If it's not available, please try re-booting your BB.

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Hi,

the TagIt! menu should be available whenever you have an e-mail open. If it's not available, please try re-booting your BB.

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I rebooted my BB 8700g, and I even pull the battery out too. It did not, and I just had to delete the apps :(

I am going to try it again. thanks.
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I rebooted my BB 8700g, and I even pull the battery out too. It did not, and I just had to delete the apps :(

I am going to try it again. thanks.
Thank you and please let us know!

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I know many people that switch to a BB dont like how it lumps sms/mms/email/call log all in one folder. Maybe a auto sort type program that moves mms to an mms folder, sms to an sms folder, calls to its own folder and so on.

I know the BB does have a similiar option already but its hidden down in the menus and not just icons on the home page except for 1-2 themes that you have to hack your files to activate.

I really want what every non BB phones has and I/everyone have been used to for years, an sms in/out box, email in/out box, mms in/out box and call log in/out box.
This is really a great idea!

Thank you

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Yep. Folders to store personal and work emails.
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I know many people that switch to a BB dont like how it lumps sms/mms/email/call log all in one folder. Maybe a auto sort type program that moves mms to an mms folder, sms to an sms folder, calls to its own folder and so on.

I know the BB does have a similiar option already but its hidden down in the menus and not just icons on the home page except for 1-2 themes that you have to hack your files to activate.

I really want what every non BB phones has and I/everyone have been used to for years, an sms in/out box, email in/out box, mms in/out box and call log in/out box.
Doesn't this depend on which theme you are using? My TMO Zen theme bunches them in one, but I have tried other themes and I am sure they separate each out as you have described in separate folders.
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Hi everybody,

we started working on the Email Scheduler. Once we have something to show, we will post here a link to the beta version.

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Email Scheduler? Can you give us a glimpse of what function this may serve?
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Email Scheduler? Can you give us a glimpse of what function this may serve?
I was wondering the same thing myself, since part of the reason for owning a blackberry is instant access/immediacy; curious to know why an email would need to be scheduled. At least for me it's: reply now or that can wait until I'm back at my desk.
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