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Old 03-19-2007, 11:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Right now I've got two email accounts set up, my Yahoo account and my corporate account. Trouble is, if I'm working in my email client during the day, the emails just kind of pile up on the BlackBerry. And even if I'm opening them with the email client (Yahoo web mail or Outlook), they remain unopened on the Blackberry.

So after a couple hours I'll have 10 or 20 unopened emails on the BlackBerry, and in order to make the unopened email notifier go away, I have to open each on individually.

Is there a way to do a "global open", or at least somehow clear the unopened email indicator, without opening every single email individually on the BlackBerry?

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Old 03-19-2007, 11:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If you select the date "heading", e.g. "Mon, Mar 19, 2007" you can select Full Menu --> Mark Prior Opened.

As a side notes, this is one thing that slightly irritates me about BIS - I would love two-way sync of things like item deletions and whether a message is read etc. You can let RIM know if you'd like any features by e-mailing [email address] .
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Thanks, I never would have found that.
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