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Old 08-20-2007, 12:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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More and more frequently, my Blackberry Pearl acts up and starts going insane , reviving e-mails from days to weeks ago and receiving them in a stream until it gets to the latest e-mail. It's irritating for obvious reasons.

Does anyone know how to fix it? =/
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Old 08-20-2007, 12:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try deleting and resending your service books
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I'm sorry how do you do that?
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goto options>advanced>service book

now onder service book your sell a list of things, what your looking for is your email address with a [CMIME] tag after it. This is a list of "service books."

Highlight and delete the email address service book your having problems with.

Now you need to resend your service books.

A few ways, sometimes going to options>advanced>host routing table
then popping up the drop down menu and select register now will send your a service books. You can double check it got sent by making sure your e-mail addy service book is back under the service book list.

Or other alternative is logging into your blackberry webclient account and going to options and select "send service books." Your webclient is the account web based account you used to set up your e-mail for your bb.
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or go into your browser >internet email setup>send service books
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Thank you! I will give this a try =D
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now onder service book your sell a list of things, what your looking for is your email address with a [CMIME] tag after it.
holy dictionary batman!

Great example of what happens when you try to talk on the phone and type at the same time!

Now imagine, talking on the phone and driving! Please don't talk and drive!
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