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Puddin 05-26-2005 10:31 AM

Read/unread mail flags not sync'ing
BES 4.0 SP1
Lotus notes 6.5.1.
Handheld sw 4.x
I have a user that for whatever reason the read/unread flags just won't keep in sync. Of course he is a remote user and I can't get my hands on it. We've verified that everything is correct several times. The only thing I can think of is just doing a new OS load on the thing. Anyone have suggestions?

Thanks in advance,


bfrye 05-26-2005 11:15 AM

Might be easier to remove/recreate the account, then re-activate it wirelessly first.

dev 05-26-2005 01:18 PM

You identified LN6.5.1 as the client SW, but is the users' mail file template using an R5 or R6 template design?
Secondly...have you checked the database properties of the users' mail file? Look under the "Design" tab and the "Advanced" tab for the relevant options.
R6 mail template design has the cache sored on the server side, hence read/unread are more easily handled. The R5 template design has the cache stored locally on the client, hence the reason to press the F9 key option to sync these read/unread options.

corey@12mile 05-26-2005 01:27 PM

delete the desktop messaging service books and then undelete them... it'll bring a fresh new copy down to the handheld and might fix your problems.

BBgod 05-26-2005 01:53 PM

Resend the user an Enterprise Activation password. Have them goto the settings screen, then Enterprise activation. Have the user enter there email address and the password that they receive from the BES 4.0 manager. Once activation completes they should be golden.

jibi 05-26-2005 08:50 PM

Tell him to go to the supermarket and yell "This is a robbery!"...

Oh well, I just figured I'd throw in a different approach since everyone else above did as well. :razz:

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