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Old 06-26-2008, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a BES and a user with a Curve. This user when he gets to the office plugs up his Blackberry to his PC. He has desktop manager installed on his PC and open when he plugs it up. We have it setup to not send messages to his Blackberry when plugged up but when he disconnects his device the blackberry gets all messages that he recieved while it was plugged up. How do i make it just get messages from the moment it was unplugged until he plugs up again???

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One way would be to set up Outlook (I assume that is the PC client) not to leave messages on the server while it is running. Email would then be downloaded to the PC and deleted to server and not able to be forwarded to the BB. This arrangement would require the person to close Outlook and log off when he/she leaves the work area and needs email on the BB. Not sure if that solution meets with your corporate procedures and email set-up or not, but it is the only way I could think of.
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