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Default Folder Redirection issue since upgrading to OS5

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Hi all. I'm having an issue with my 9630 and my redirection settings changing. Ever since I upgraded to the "official" OS 5 (.419), my desktop redirection changes from Default (Inbox and Sent Items) to Custom (without Inbox checked). This happened after first activaton and I added Inbox to the custom settings. Then a few days later it happened again and I switched to Inbox and Sent Items only. It just switched back another few days later. We are using OTA activation, BES version is unknown to me.

Any ideas?

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Scott
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