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Old 05-08-2008, 06:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When i activated my new Curve today, I got a email from RIM telling me that the message is used to carry data between Blackberry and my device. It said that the server will process the info and for me not to move or delete the message. That was several hours ago. What is this all about and when can I delete it?
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Oh... lucky you.

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You can delete it.
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Sith, can you weigh in on this?
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Sith doesn't need to weigh in...you are in good hands with JSanders and you gave you the correct answer. Follow the instructions and you will be good to go!
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Sith had his hands full a few mins ago, but follow the instructions in my link.

If you ARE on a ReDirector setup, leave it be.
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weigh in on what....?
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Hi Sanders, did not mean it as a Slight, I have just gotten help from Sith in the past. I am sure of your skills also.
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ALL the mods know what they are talking about, not just me
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David, you posted that at the same time as I posted the link... unless of course, I think Sith does charge less for assistance than I.
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I could not find the answer quickly so I will just delete it like JSanders said that I could.
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You only got one... some people get 200+.
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I could not find the answer quickly so I will just delete it like JSanders said that I could.
Did you read the link that JSanders provided you? It has the instructions on preventing you from getting them in the future. If you don't follow it you will get more messages...LOTS more!
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Old 05-08-2008, 06:46 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I got the Curve set up at the Verizon store so I guess that they have the redirector set up on their computer. So I guess that it is OK to delete the message JSanders and Sith,and all Masters.
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Wirelessly posted (8700g)

Did you read the article JS linked? Are you reading the responses to you?
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Yes I read the answers and the link. The Curve was set up at the store, not by me and I was and am confused.
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Follow the instructions in the link you read then...
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Yes, follow the instructions. You have been told you can delete the message, and there is more you need to know and do, and you have been pointed to instructions.

And browse the rest of the FAQ. Ask if you don't understand what you are reading.

If someone else set everything up for you and you did nothing, then you need to get smart about the basics and make sure for yourself the setup is the way you need.
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