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Old 02-05-2007, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have 3 emails on my bbp and I like to either delete one or have a option to not showing new messages, I tryed manual, but no luck, any one knows how to fix that?
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I have a Cingular and I like to delete yahoo email, I can not find a way to do so. Can someone save my time with a research and post for me how should I do that. thank you
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I have a Cingular and I like to delete yahoo email, I can not find a way to do so. Can someone save my time with a research and post for me how should I do that. thank you
Login and delete it.

https://bis.na.blackberry.com/html?brand=mycingular
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Moosehead, is that link just for Cingular?
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Moosehead, is that link just for Cingular?

Yeah it is. Each provider should have it's own.
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Yeah it is. Each provider should have it's own.
thanks a lot man that helped,
I also change in general options "hide sent messages" but I still recieving them, do you know why? I don't think I do something wrong, but I still can see messages which I send from my email and that just take my time.
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Yeah it is. Each provider should have it's own.
thanks a lot man that helped,
I also change in general options "hide sent messages" but I still recieving them, do you know why? I don't think I do something wrong, but I still can see messages which I send from my email and that just take my time.
Yes I know why. U need to create a filter for that email account. Here are instructions. Check this out.
Sticky: HOW-TO: Prevent G-mail "Sent Items" from being sent to your handheld.
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good info, you helped me a lot mosehead, thanks
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