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Old 04-02-2005, 10:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question about Email Reconciliation on BWC with a 7230 running 4.0 OS.

I have my Web Client set to delete all emails over 1 day old as an auto aging rule. The devise is set to:

Delete On: Handheld & Mailbox
Wireless Reconcile: On
On Conflicts: Handheld Wins

My question is I want to save all emails not deleted on handheld until I decide to delete them off the handheld but I want the web client to clear them out daily as that is just a conduit between my outlook and my blackberry and I only get 10mb of storage from T Mobile.

After a day when the web client deletes the messages off its server upon reconciliation with the handheld will it delete on the devise? If so how do I avoid this and still maintain wireless reconciliation with the BWC so I don't manually have to delete on BB and BWC?

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Old 04-02-2005, 01:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't think there is a way to do that. My solution was to call T-Mobile and ask for more space. They told me that they may charge for it in the future, but at this point there was no extra charge and they upped my space to 100MB.
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Really? I will call and check today.
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Old 04-03-2005, 02:21 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I forward the stuff I want to keep to a G-Mail account. An imperfect solution in that the emails are not as easily accessed as those stored at the carrier, but the upside is that you get HUGE amounts of storage space, and that the data is stored away from your carrier so it won't be accidently deleted or lost if you change carriers.
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O.K., after accessing my G-Mail account with my Blackberry I can officially say my solution sucks. Yeah, off-site storage has some benefits, but accessing the saved emails with your Blackberry, which is the whole point of saving the emails to begin with, is a heinous process when it works at all. Please ignore my prior post, it's mostly harmless™.
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I did call T Mobile and they increased my storage to 50mb at no charge. While this really doesn't solve the original question it does kind of allow me to live with the problem.
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