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I am using Cingular BIS 2.o on 8700g and I have 4 accounts that I use the BIS Blackberry service for. Two are IMAP, and two are Exchange via OWA.

All the accounts are set up correctly and mail pushes from the accounts without an issue. The only problem is, it removes the mail it forwards from the local account when it sends it to the blackberry. I have searched for a way to stop it from deleting/removing the message and leave a copy of it in the account, but there doesnt seem to be an option for this- neither on the BB 8700 device or in the Cingular BIS email account setup site.

Its extremely inconvenient when you need to open or work with an attachment without a local copy to work with.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
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