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Old 10-01-2007, 06:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Running using BIS connecting to an exchange server. When my main program runs (goldmine), it takes everything off the exchange server, and with it, it takes the messages off my blackberry. Is there a way to make the sync one way, so it doesnt clear off my blackberry every time I open the program?
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If you want have the emails on blackberry and not in exchange, i recommend use the desktop manager to sync...

if you use bis, Exchange and blackberry sinc all the time, if you deleted something in exchange, theses mails will deleted in the blackberry.

this is a important feature of the Exchange Sync your information any moment, real time.

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You could try turning wireless reconcile off in message options. However, I haven't tested this, and this would probably also lead to your changes on the handheld not propagating back to the server as well. Note that I haven't used this config myself, so this may not be entirely correct info!

Nachoarg: The way my OWA Exchange account works with BIS is that it reconciles every few hours for the deletes that I make in my mailbox, so I don't see real time behaviour here (like I would if I were on BIS). I do, however, get real-time reconcile handheld-->mailbox.

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