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Old 08-17-2006, 06:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just installed BES Express 4.10 and have to say, this version is awesome. It is much easier to understand and the wireless activation made all of the problems that I had been encountering just disappear. Great job RIM!

But I noticed something odd over the last day since doing the upgrade. I get two copies of every message on my handheld with between a 5 and 15 minute delay. I've poked around the various BES settings and don't see anything that would contribute to that.

Any ideas?
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Old 08-17-2006, 07:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I am not a BES admin or expert but I did get a kick out of your thread title. Made me get a a double espresso.
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Go log into your BIS account and un-integrate the pop3/imap account or kill the forwarding rule.
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Go log into your BIS account and un-integrate the pop3/imap account or kill the forwarding rule.
Exactly. If you're forwarding and interogating then you'll get duplicates. You'll also get duplicates if collecting multiple addresses where one is part of a distribution group to the other (i.e. - Send an email to 'User 1' and 'IT', where 'User 1' is part of the 'IT' distribution group = 2 emails).
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