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Pizzle 11-16-2006 02:07 PM

HOW-TO: Prevent G-mail "Sent Items" from being sent to your handheld.
 
***Edit March 2009 by John Clark*** BIS 2.6 was released and has fixed this duplicate problem. If you are having this issue remove your gmail from your BIS account and re-add it to update to the 2.6 release. You can do this by logging in to BIS on the web as described below or by using the Manage Internet Email icon on your device.

Having an issue getting your sent items sent to your Blackberry when sending from your G-mail account?

Follow these steps...




Step 1:

(Figure 1)


Step 2:
  • Select xxx8220;Filtersxxx8221; for your G-mail account


(Figure 2)


Step 3:
  • Fill everything out.
    • Choose a filter name - xxx8220;No Sent Messagesxxx8221; is used in the example in (Figure 3).
    • Select xxx8220;xxx8217;Fromxxx8217; Fieldxxx8221; in the drop-down.
    • Place xxx8220;youremailaddress@gmail.comxxx8221; in the xxx8220;Containsxxx8221; box.
    • Highlight xxx8220;Do not forward messages to handheldxxx8221;.
    • Click Save.


(Figure 3)



Step 4:
  • Pet Pizzle as a thank you

srl7741 11-16-2006 02:39 PM

Step 4:

Pet Pizzle as a thank you



Pet, pet & thx

robbym 11-16-2006 03:38 PM

Whoa!
 
Hey guys I thought this was a family rated site? :razz: haha

danedel 11-16-2006 09:58 PM

Your email addy is showing in step 3's image...FYI :-) Figured you might want to know, since you went through all the trouble of blacking out all the others. Thanks for the how to man!

carl rifkind 11-17-2006 01:12 AM

thanks for the detailed tip- but if i actually want a copy of my sent emails sent to my device when i compose a message in gmail, how would I do that? thanks!

strangesnow 11-17-2006 01:24 AM

I've got a better idea about those sent emails. Instead, why not have Gmail fwd every email directly to your BIS email, whatever that is for your server. That way you receive your emails immediately and you can still POP them from outlook if you like. You have the added bonus of not caring about whether or not your emails in BIS or your handheld are there or not (ie, you can delete easily).

Pizzle 11-17-2006 09:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by danedel
Your email addy is showing in step 3's image...FYI :-) Figured you might want to know, since you went through all the trouble of blacking out all the others. Thanks for the how to man!

Thanks for noticing...not THAT big of a deal, but figured there's no reason to broadcast it. :) Not like I wouldn't give it out if someone needed it anyway.

Pizzle 11-17-2006 09:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by carl rifkind
thanks for the detailed tip- but if i actually want a copy of my sent emails sent to my device when i compose a message in gmail, how would I do that? thanks!

That would be something you'd want to set up IN your G-mail...I believe that it's just a setting where you can Bcc yourself when you send an e-mail.

blackbelt 11-17-2006 10:17 AM

I believe that method only works on the cingular BIS... tmobile, sprint, dont' have that option

Dark Knight 11-17-2006 11:16 AM

Thanks. I'm using this with my Pearl on Rogers Wireless. 8-)

jeremyw501 11-17-2006 11:41 AM

FYI
Using BIS registered gmail account my BB gets the message BEFORE it shows up on my screen. faster than instant. Now that what I call 'push tech'

Pizzle 11-17-2006 03:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by blackbelt
I believe that method only works on the cingular BIS... tmobile, sprint, dont' have that option

I don't think many would agree with you...so far as I've been able to tell, many people, from many different carriers, have had success with this method.

John Clark 11-17-2006 03:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by strangesnow
I've got a better idea about those sent emails. Instead, why not have Gmail fwd every email directly to your BIS email, whatever that is for your server. That way you receive your emails immediately and you can still POP them from outlook if you like. You have the added bonus of not caring about whether or not your emails in BIS or your handheld are there or not (ie, you can delete easily).


That works too...However, with that method you don't have the ability to reconcile wirelessly with your gmail inbox.

blackbelt 11-20-2006 01:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pizzle
I don't think many would agree with you...so far as I've been able to tell, many people, from many different carriers, have had success with this method.

your right, I just did some tests with different providers and it works... great post!!

allday 11-21-2006 08:35 AM

how do u get a BIS?

rudiegirl 11-21-2006 05:41 PM

works perfect with t-mobile! thanks!

mistabdub 11-23-2006 06:40 PM

thanks for the information

GregH-BBPearl 11-25-2006 04:19 PM

block gmail sent items/worked great!
 
Thank you Pizzle! Worked great!
I was wondering why I kept seeing so many email's to my own gmail? Duh!@#$ ;)

GregH

allenlikewo 11-29-2006 08:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by allday
how do u get a BIS?

BIS = blackberry internet service
used to be called webclient

if you got a BB and got service on it, and not on one that your company gave you or something that is locked down by a BES (BIS != BES) then all you have to do is setup a BIS account online. The URL varries from carrier to carrier but if you do not know yours you can go to

the blackberry website slash support/client/index.shtml (i dont have enough posts to insert URLs yet)

and look at the bottom under accessing the blackberry internet service website section for the link to your carrier

jstylz510 11-29-2006 08:57 PM

Thanks works great!


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