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Old 07-14-2010, 10:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to keep my blackberry device from marking mail I read as opened/read. I would either like my blackberry to mark emails as read on the device and my desktop PC or just my desktop PC. Please Help. Thank you.
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Turn off Wireless Reconciliation from your handheld.
Messages > Options > Email Reconciliation
choose your Message Service and then set Wireless Reconcile to Off.
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Turn off Wireless Reconciliation from your handheld.
Messages > Options > Email Reconciliation
choose your Message Service and then set Wireless Reconcile to Off.
Will this stop the wireless sync of my calendar between my device and desktop computer?
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thank you for the help. I get a message telling me that all folders will be affected by this action and I wasn't sure because isn't the calendar one of those folders? Also if I decided that I want to change this back will any re-activating or service book re-sending have to take place?
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The calendar won't be affected. It has it's own set of sync rules.
Changing back will not require any service books to be sent, or reactivation.
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