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Old 11-10-2008, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My emails take HOURS some times to show up on my BB... What am I doing wrong? Mailbox full? It used to be really fast.. sometimes faster then my inbox in outlook!
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Old 11-10-2008, 05:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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BIS or BES?

Could be a network, carrier or tower issue in your geographic area.

Details might help diagnose whatever it is.
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BIS or BES?

Could be a network, carrier or tower issue in your geographic area.

Details might help diagnose whatever it is.
Well they started going faster today RIGHT after I posted this.
I have my IMAP server open at home, work and then my BB is now setup to check it. I noticed in the settings if there is a "tie" (I believe thats what it said) it goes to the mailbox rather then the handheld.

Wouldnt the mailbox download the message eventually where the BB doesn't download it at all at times?

What else would help diagnosis this? This is my first experience with a BB (I dont count my first experience when I had a Curve for 3 months!)

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