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Old 08-01-2006, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We have an IMAP interface to our emails and I use BIS 2.0 to connect to the IMAP account. However, I want to _disable_ the one-way sync. Specifically, if I read the email in my BB, I don't want it to be marked as 'read' when I check it in my email client on my laptop. This is because I often quickly read thru some mails via my BB, but respond in detail from my laptop, especially if they are not important.

Unfortunately, I only have the IMAP interface and the admins will not enable POP.

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Hi,
We have an IMAP interface to our emails and I use BIS 2.0 to connect to the IMAP account. However, I want to _disable_ the one-way sync. Specifically, if I read the email in my BB, I don't want it to be marked as 'read' when I check it in my email client on my laptop. This is because I often quickly read thru some mails via my BB, but respond in detail from my laptop, especially if they are not important.

Unfortunately, I only have the IMAP interface and the admins will not enable POP.

thanks

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