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Old 04-13-2006, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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To start off, I am aware that you can filter specific emails to identify as level 1 messages and can specify all PINs to default to level 1 messages. However, I would like to set my rim to alert me to level one messages based on email sender (which I can set through the BIS site) and by PINs which I specify, which I have not been able to figure out. With PINs it seems to be an all or nothing situation- either all pins are level 1 or none are.

is there a work around for this?

Seattle18- dopes the app you were using back in January alow this?

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Old 04-13-2006, 11:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I wouldn't think so since the filters are set in the BES/BIS applications. PIN messages bypass both.
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I wouldn't think so since the filters are set in the BES/BIS applications. PIN messages bypass both.
Sorry I forgot I posted this question otherwise I would have updated it earlier. I did find a workaround. You can make specific pin messages behave as level 1 alerts by setting exceptions. Under os 4.1 it seems that adding an exception not only affects phone behaviour but also linked tasks, emails. Sms, pin, etc- the whole deal.
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