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Old 02-02-2006, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The url is

http://home.comcast.net/~tamsterra/OP/Gmail.htm

The page is about the BIS that T-Mobile has and that Cingular will have in April. It also discusses how to forward Gmail.

Let me know any corrections, thoughts or good and bad you all have.
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I really like the information; you have done your homework. My only suggestion is to use less red text. Maybe have the bold text in Black to break it up. For me looking at colored text(s) tend to make my eyes strain a bit after a while. Other than that I think the site is spot on. Please keep it up.
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i don't know if it's on your tips document but i could not find it.
On a web page, pressing the v key gives you the option to search within the web page
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Additionally when in the browser, "K" will bring up the Bookmarks. And just in case "I" will bring up current history, "P", the Page address and when on a link "L", the Link address. Don't know if you had these are not, I can't read the tips PDF from my BB and can't access from work.

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Here is my feedback: A sincere "thanks" to you. Your tips have helped me (and, I suspect, many others) realize so much more of the potential and utility of my "new best friend," the 8700c. Each day of use shows more and more what a clever, handy device it is, so thank-you again for sharing your insights.
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The url is

http://home.comcast.net/~tamsterra/OP/Gmail.htm

The page is about the BIS that T-Mobile has and that Cingular will have in April. It also discusses how to forward Gmail.

Let me know any corrections, thoughts or good and bad you all have.

Hey Stinsonddog,

Good info. I cannot seem to get my mine to function exactly the way I want it to. I'm on BIS. What I would like is for Gmail to apply the filters first to all incoming mail before it forwards my mail. I have Gmail set up to forward all incoming mail. It does this first then applies the filters. The reason I have it set up this way is I have one other main account which is forwarding to Gmail(mainly for spam control and archive features). So, when I have my BB set to Auto BCC to my Gmail account it is forwarded to my BB then Gmail filters it and appplies the "Blackberry Sent" label.

I thought I could simply delete the auto forwarding from Gmail and a apply a filter for all of my incoming mail from [email address] to send to my BB but since this is forwarded from Charter.net account it retains the original sender address and not my charter address.
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Default Is charter the new BIS I assume not?

I think some of the BIS's remember where an email came from and apply that as the reply to address. Not sure about that. But that is why the new BIS with complete email reconcilliation will be great for everyone. Ask Charter when they are getting it.

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Hey Stinsonddog,

Good info. I cannot seem to get my mine to function exactly the way I want it to. I'm on BIS. What I would like is for Gmail to apply the filters first to all incoming mail before it forwards my mail. I have Gmail set up to forward all incoming mail. It does this first then applies the filters. The reason I have it set up this way is I have one other main account which is forwarding to Gmail(mainly for spam control and archive features). So, when I have my BB set to Auto BCC to my Gmail account it is forwarded to my BB then Gmail filters it and appplies the "Blackberry Sent" label.

I thought I could simply delete the auto forwarding from Gmail and a apply a filter for all of my incoming mail from [email address] to send to my BB but since this is forwarded from Charter.net account it retains the original sender address and not my charter address.
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