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Old 01-02-2008, 04:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have one of my email accounts setup through BIS through my OWA account at work. I understand the idle state and what not but is there a way to manually grab the messages when it's staying idle?
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no, your BIS is on a schedule and you can't manually tell it to get mail.

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if the BIS finds mail in its normal 15 minute cycle, it begins to search every 5 minutes.
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The BIS cycle is every 15 minutes,
then two minutes,
if mail, then two again
if none, back to 15.

Roughly speaking.
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hmm i was told 15min, if it finds any mail, then 3 cycles of 5min, if it doesnt find any then back to 15min cycles
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hmm i was told 15min, if it finds any mail, then 3 cycles of 5min, if it doesnt find any then back to 15min cycles
JSanders is correct AFAIK, as that follows everything I have been told and heard.
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JSanders is correct AFAIK, as that follows everything I have been told and heard.
hmm im gonna have to ask some buddies at RIM. not that i dont trust Jsanders, i just want to make sure i have it correct.
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