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Old 11-15-2005, 08:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm sure it's covered somewhere, but I did some due diligence and couldn't find it covered.

For some of my emails sent to the BlackBerry, I have a red exclamation point to the left of them.

Is this a priority indicator? I have actually assumed it's to indicate the email in unable to be replied to, since the connector seems to concatenate the email address of the sender.

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I have a red exclamation point to the left of them.

Is this a priority indicator?
Yes, the sender has set the High Priority indicator on their message. You should be able to reply to these just like every other message.
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It appears that all of my Notes email is now High-Priority, and I cannot reply to anyone without adding the corect address (non-concatenated) from my address book.

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