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Old 08-24-2005, 05:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Our office has just purchased three, 7250 BB. We are up and running and I for one think they are great. However, I have a question. When I am in the office I recieve email on both my computer and my BB. Is there any setting I can use that will suspend email on my BB while in the office so that when I leave the office, I can reset my BB to receive email STARTING from the time I turn it off ( not receiving any email from the time my BB was not supposed to get email)?
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Are you on a BES? (I'm not, but I bet it's one of the first questions you're asked by those "in the know")
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in the profiles there is a phone only mode. it will still recieve emails, there just wont be any ring/vibe notification for the data.
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Re phone only mode. Will the direct conect still work?
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you could always just mark the option to not deliver to the handheld when connected and just leave your blackberry connected to your PC while you're at work.

* note: assuming you're on a BES...
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Are you on BES? If so, the redirector can be set to not send mail to your handheld while it is connected to the computer. Open Desktop manager, open redirector settings, on general tab, check the box to diasable message redirection while handheld is connected.

If you are not on BES, then it depends on how you are getting your mail to your handheld. need more info.
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Where are you finding the redirector settings in desktop manager? I'm on BES but mine only has Application Loader, Backup & Restore, and Intellisync...
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