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Old 08-21-2008, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Move cursor to top message then
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click on Delete Prior

This step deletes all my emails but it also clean up last dial numbers which I don't want.

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Old 08-21-2008, 02:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Delete each individual message... =/
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Delete each individual message... =/
I have lots of emails from my many accounts, so deleting individual email is not an option here....
Any other workaround?
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Old 08-21-2008, 04:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have lots of emails from my many accounts, so deleting individual email is not an option here....
Any other workaround?
You can select multiple messages by holding the SHIFT key and scrolling through the message list with the trackball. Pressing the BB button will then give you the option of "delete messages" (plural). This may also result in deleting call logs, as your original method did, but I don't see why it would. Then again, I don't see why your original method does either.
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You can select multiple messages by holding the SHIFT key and scrolling through the message list with the trackball. Pressing the BB button will then give you the option of "delete messages" (plural). This may also result in deleting call logs, as your original method did, but I don't see why it would. Then again, I don't see why your original method does either.

I have seen this in BB Perl too. It does most of time not all time. Could not figure out what causes this.
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highlight the number & hit the back key it will open up the delete to delete each line
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have you tried deleting all prior from the individual email boxes, not the bulk messages catch-all?
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