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Old 07-03-2007, 09:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I stop my messages from coming in while still receiving email in my blackberry.net inbox. I'm getting really tired of getting a double indication of every email I receive. Thanks for your help, Dave
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Can you be more specific?

I know I can only receive email on my phone from blackberry.net, do you have another way to check your blackberry.net a/c other than you phone, that's why you mean you receive one on your phone and one on your pc?

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You mean you are getting one copy in your blackberry.net folder on your phone and another copy of the same email in the message folder on your phone?

If it is the first one, can you tell me how do you check your blackberry.net email on pc?
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Sorry, you can't. All incoming emails are shown both in their respective email inboxes and in the main Messages folder (along with all the SMS, MMS, PIN, and BB Messenger messages). There is no way to change this.

Personally, I prefer to just read all my incoming messages in the Messages folder, and I have hidden all the email inboxes so I don't have to see them.

(onth: I assume he was referring to scenario #2 you described)
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Personally, I prefer to just read all my incoming messages in the Messages folder, and I have hidden all the email inboxes so I don't have to see them.
That's what I did as well. I hate seeing too many icons on my phone.
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Thanks so much. I appreciate it, Dave
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