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Old 10-13-2008, 08:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I dont believe there is a way to do this, but I cant imagine such a simple and much needed feature can be loverlooked.

Is there a way to create a folder, or a subfolder to save messages/emails in?

For instance, I would like to categorize my saved emails into a number of folders.

Is this possible?
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This is possible if your BlackBerry is connected to a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. The feature is called folder redirection, I believe. This isn't available using a regular BlackBerry Internet Service account. It is something I wish were available.
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On a BES, if I set up folders in my Network section, I can move messages into those folders either on the BB or on my desktop client and the BB will stay in sync. If I move messages into personal folders using the desktop client, then the BB will simply not show those messages. But if I open up the E-mail reconciliation settings for Desktop Manager, I can have some of the personal folders sync'ed with the BB, but not OTA, only through the Desktop Manager sync.
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