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Old 04-28-2008, 02:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm having trouble with forwarding emails from my website email address (hosted by 1and1 internet) to my blackberry address. I received a few failure notices stating it was flagged as SPAM. What the h?!! So they either get bounced or lost in cyber space. Anyone know how I can get in touch with blackberry regarding this?
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Old 04-28-2008, 02:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thats strange. Your bb e-mail address wont flag SPAM. In my opinion, it relate sto your e-mail acct that is forwarding the messages.
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Old 04-28-2008, 02:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thats strange. Your bb e-mail address wont flag SPAM. In my opinion, it relate sto your e-mail acct that is forwarding the messages.
I'm stumped, too. I just deleted all the email addresses on the BB so I can start over. This is my set up: 2 yahoo addresses, 1 comcast address and 1 web email (hosted by 1and1 internet). I use Thunderbird email on my PC and leave it up all the time. I want my emails to appear both on my PC and my BB. I don't want to wait 15 mins to access my emails. What's the best method? I thought forwarding everything to the BB address, only having that one address set up online so I don't get duplicates on my BB would work, but it's not doing what I want it to. It either sends it all to my BB and not my PC or just to my PC and not the BB - or in this case my 1and1 mail isn't forwarding at all no matter what! I know I'm just over thinking it and need to step away for a while and come back to it. This isn't rocket science!

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Old 04-28-2008, 03:08 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm stumped, too. I just deleted all the email addresses on the BB so I can start over. This is my set up: 2 yahoo addresses, 1 comcast address and 1 web email (hosted by 1and1 internet). I use Thunderbird email on my PC and leave it up all the time. I want my emails to appear both on my PC and my BB. I don't want to wait 15 mins to access my emails. What's the best method? I thought forwarding everything to the BB address, only having that one address set up online so I don't get duplicates on my BB would work, but it's not doing what I want it to. It either sends it all to my BB and not my PC or just to my PC and not the BB - or in this case my 1and1 mail isn't forwarding at all no matter what! I know I'm just over thinking it and need to step away for a while and come back to it. This isn't rocket science!
Did you try what I recommended in the other thread?
Email messages coming in as "opened"

I get instant e-mail delivery to my BB, All emails are also on my PC when I get back to the office and it is all quite clean. I can walk you thru if you cannot figure it out.

You might want to keep this all on one thread also- it is the best way to get help from the forum.
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