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Old 05-17-2008, 11:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a work associate who is asking this question.

basically in outlook they want to start a draft, then perhaps go home, and resume working on the draft later, but on the blackberry. is it possible to do this where you create an email in outlook, save it as a draft, then later on find the draft in your device draft folder?

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expanded answer? just looking to provide a clear explanation and if there is any way to provide this type of functionality by any other means
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There is no syncronization of the drafts folder (back or forth). May be in future releases of BES.

You could send the draft to yourself, do a hard sync (possibly but I have never tried).

You could also compose draft emails using another app that does sync (memo pad or tasks) and the copy and paste into an email.

Lots of options out there, but none are quite what you're looking for.
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