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Old 12-06-2004, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 01-30-2005, 01:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
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On the edge of getting rid of my Nextel i95cl for a 7520. My big question is related to e-mail of course. I have about 4 POP e-mail accounts and I understand I can have all incoming mail sent to the Blackberry using the e-mail account that is provided with the Blackberry service. This e-mail (the POP accounts) is always downloaded and removed from the server using Outlook on my home computer.

If I send e-mail from the Blackberry, will or can this e-mail be synced with my sent folder in Outlook so I don;t end up with 2 different sent folders, one in Outlook and one on the Blackberry?

Also, will sent e-mail, from any of the POP accounts look like it came from the original account for a Blackberry address?

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I use T-Mobile BWC. It gives me the option to bcc all sent mails to my email address. I have then created a rule on the outlook client to read the header for any email with [email address] and move it to the sent items. The only drawback of this is that whenever I send out a mail, I receive an extra mail on my blackberry device (which is also good, I know my mail has gone ).
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Yup, looks like that may be the only option. I did a lot of reading and mail does not sync with Outlook. I like your idea.

When you reply and/or send from the BB, what address does it look like the mail came from and what address does the receiver see to reply to?
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On the BWC you can choose the "From address" to display. At-least tmo.blackberry.com lets you do it.
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If you pay $10-$25 per month extra for BlackBerry Enterprise Server (Mailstreet, BES4U, MyBlueberry, etc), you can get wireless synchronization of both incoming and outgoing emails.

So that all emails on BlackBerry is on-the-fly synchronized to your Microsoft Outlook, both sent and received emails (And saved emails, as well as the email folder structure).

The entire Outlook PIM, including Addressbook/Calendar/etc., is also wirelessly synchronized too as well, if you would like that. You add a new addressbook entry to Microsoft Outlook, and then it automatically shows up on your BlackBerry in 5 seconds.
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However, if I send items from my Outlook on my PC can they appear in the sent items on the blackberry using BES?

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Yes, with BES they will appear in the sent folder of the blackberry as well. It works like a charm.
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Doesn't work for me but I am using a 7290 with 3.8. Is it a 4.0 thing or a config issue?

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4.0 is required.. both bes and os.
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Full wireless email/PIM synchronization requires both BES 4.0 and BlackBerryOS 4.0 .... (OS 3.8 and BES 4.0 might work, not sure... but I know BES 4.0 is essential, and I know OS 3.7 will not work)
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