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Old 05-29-2008, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have set the auto on/off to be off between 2200-0800. Why do I still receive mail bewtween these hours with notification? What does auto on/off actually do ?

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i don't think it should, my pearl doesn't do that.
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I have set the auto on/off to be off between 2200-0800. Why do I still receive mail bewtween these hours with notification? What does auto on/off actually do ?

Rob.

Not trying to make you sound like an idiot or anything, but did you make sure that you set it to turn off at 2200 and turn on at 0800 and not the other way around? I accidently did this when I first set that up on my auto on/off freature on mine. When I went back to look at it, I discovered that I had them switched.
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It can't be set the wrong way around as I would not be receiving email during the day (which I do).

How should the auto on/off function? IE does it completly turn the device off or does it put it in to some kind of stand-by mode?

It's really annoying as I start getting email from around 0530 which is far to early !!

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Auto on/off turns the phone off, as in calls go to voicemail, there are no sounds on email receipt and if you hit a key the screen stays blank. All the email will get there when it turns on.

My email will show with a 6:00AM time stamp in the messages listing, but with the correct receipt time if I look at each email itself.

I would double check that you have it enabled and with the times correct and do a battery pull if all that is ok.
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