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Old 12-22-2007, 10:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I had to reset my phone last night and since doing so my gmail account has not been working properly. In the past when i sent an email from my BB a copy of that mail would go into my gmail accounts sent mail folder. Then when i pull my mail down to my desktop it would also pull it into the sent mail folder locally (im not using imap, just regular pop3). I set up rules on my local machine to folder any mail from myself into the sent folders for that specific account.

As of last night this has stopped working. I can see the mail in the sent folder online but its failing to pull that mail down anymore. So i guess the question more accurately put, is as of last night im no longer able to pull down any sent mail from my google account, when its sent from my handheld. Anyone have any suggestions?

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Old 12-22-2007, 05:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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OK this is driving me nuts now. If i use the recent items trick on the user name of my google account then the sent mail is pulled down fine. But that isnt a long term solution as it cause duplicate emails when you send from the desktop.

There must be something thats causing sent email from my blackberry to be not marked as new, so when i use pop3 on my desktop the client thinks they have already been pulled down.

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