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Old 09-22-2006, 03:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I have some questions.

I have a 8700G on T-Mobile. I just switched jobs and my new job isn't on an Exchange server, we were instructed to set up our e-mail in Outlook as a POP3 account so that you need to hit the "send and receive" button to get your e-mail. I also have the same acct. set up in my blackberry. I currently have two other accounts going to my Blackberry right now as well, but neither are set up on my home computers Outlook, only the new jobs. Follow me?

I obviously want my e-mail's on the move, but some contain files that I need to print off my home computer. The issue at hand is that if the BB gets the e-mail's first, they will never appear in my home Outlook, therefor, I cannot print them. WHen I connect my BB to the USB, open up Outlook, and hit sync, nothing happens. How canI get the e-mails that are on the BB to come into the Outlook as well so I have copies on both?

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Old 09-22-2006, 05:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure what you've done, but my bb doesn't remove my mail from the server. I'm not sure, but maybe you need to update the OS on the BB.
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I haven't done anything.

The webmail box will only hold 20mb of mail on the server, they have it set up just like I said, when you hit the server, it takes the mail off of it, and puts it into your Outlook, or in my case my Blackberry. I need to find a way to get the mail on both my Outlook on my computer, and my Blackberry. If it's syncing it with a cord, that's fine. If there is a way for them both to get mail and keep copies, thats cool too. Either way, I need to figure something out.
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Are you still using BIS 1.8? Sounds like it. If so, there's an option to leave a copy of messages on the POP server. Check it out.
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No, I'm using 2.0 on T-Mobile, is that option there on 2.0? If so, where do I select it at?
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Someone? How do I leave a copy on the server when my BB hits it to get the messages?
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it might be a dumb question. does your company mail server support to fetch the same email more than 1 time?

i might be confusing you. for example, if you setup a google email in your outlook on PC A, if you fetch the email to your PC, even thought you select the "leave mail in server" option on the PC A, you can't fetch the same email again from PC B to the same google email.

i am not sure if your company's email server is like google's.
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Ian, normally in your Outlook you would go to Tools and in one of the setup areas for Mail, you should click only LEAVE MAIL ON SERVER. I have never had to use a setting such as that from the BlackBerry.

You may need to ask whomever configures your mailserver to set it.
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Someone? How do I leave a copy on the server when my BB hits it to get the messages?
Why don't you tell us (step by step) how you setup the internet email on your blackberry.
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