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Old 09-01-2010, 05:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I had a bold 9000 with Telenor and 2 email accounts. Now I am on rogers with a 9700. When I xfrd data/messages/contacts from the 9000 to the 9700, the email accounts on the 9000 also got xfrd.

I no longer need the old accounts on the 9700. How do I delete them?

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What does "xfrd" mean?
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Transferred I think...
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And a duplicate post....
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Xfrd means transferred. Re duplicate post: entered the subway and thought it didn't go thru. So can anyone help?
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Ok. Using real words helps people to understand what you are saying.

If you haven't already done so, delete the email addresses by logging in to your BIS account from a computer. Or if you have the Email Settings thick client on your device OS, log in to that and delete them there.

Then go to your Service Books (Options > Advanced Options > Service Books) and delete the [CICAL] and [CMIME] entries for the email addresses.

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