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I have a Verizon Wireless 7750 Blackberry (OS v4.0 Telus), and I am using www.mobileweb4u.com for my BES/MDS provider (which by the way I am VERY happy with, David Rocks!!! Fast support willing to go the extra mile for his customers.)

1. The "Keep Messages Untill" option in general options on my berry is currently set to 30days...
My question is after 30days will it delete the messages from my berry & my BES exchange server (mobileweb4u) ? or just from the berry ?

2. What is the best e-mail app to use/purchase for the berry ? The stock e-mail app, can't view HTML e-mails.

3. Best RSS reader ?

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Old 01-12-2005, 05:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I would think that if you have wireless email sync - when the email is deleted from the handhe4ld it will delete off the outlook server.

You can always delete the email from the handheld and not the desktop manually. An alternate way might be to cache the email on your outlook client and then when it is deleted from the server, you still have your copy on your desktop machine (not the outlook server).

Hope this made sense.
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CaptN,

Even when you use outlook in cache mode, it doesn't save e-mails that get deleted from both. How can you save a permanant copy of your e-mails on your home computer ?

What about a good third party E-mail app (that can view HTML e-mails)?
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Is there any advantages to paying for a 3rd party browser (reqwireless) or is the stock browser (the icon "Tower case with a little globe next to it ") within my Blackberry just fine?
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