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Old 09-01-2005, 08:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am new to the BB world and am wondering if it makes a difference if I download all my messages off of the server when online. If my BB is connected to my laptop, but unread, why do new messages not sync to the BB for on the go? If I shut down the laptop without reading, the message is not on my BB either. Then I am SOL until I restart the laptop.

Is there a way to sync unread messages from my outlook?

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The BlackBerry Desktop Manager has a setting in it to filter all email while the BlackBerry is in the cradle. You need to turn this off so your BlackBerry still gets all of its messages when cradled.

With regards to online vs. offline, as long as the BlackBerry is picking up your mail first then its allright to pull the message off the server.
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so once it is off the server and in my offline folders, there is no way to sync?
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That's correct. But as I said, if you update the option to filter messages while in-cradle the messages *should* get to your HH as long as the Redirector picks them up first.

It's been a long time since I used Redirector, but when playing around with it before it seemed to grab them before Outlook did.
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