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Old 04-12-2006, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Now every time Mail Connector says that there is a new version available and I can upgrade it. But once I upgrade it, the exchange email stops working so I will have to un-install the whole mail connector and install it again from scratch and then add all those filters.

Earlier it used to be straight upgrade and your email sync still used to work fine.

Also did anyone nootice that with the new and latest mail connector it gives your separate inbox icons for each email address. so it has all the email together if you go to messages ('M') or your can go to individual inbox and you only see inbox specific emails.
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Is this a TMO thing? The multiple mailboxes first appeared when I upgraded to 4.1.300 HK CSL. Does anyone know how to get rid of them other than hiding them. I think its an OK idea for some but for me I don't need the redundant mailboxes hogging main screen real estate and I would assume memory. By the by, I have never received a new Mail Connector advisory fromTMO. How does this happen?
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