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Old 01-05-2006, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So, I think I've done my work and searched prior posts for an answer, but none was found. I also just got off the phone with a T-Mo rep who was unable to assist me, so I turn to you.

I've got an 8700c on T-Mobile. I want to view my Messages in folders (Inbox, Outbox, etc.), but I can't seem to do this. In Messages, when I select View Folder, I don't see any of my 3 email accounts. I see Browser, Calls, WAP and SMS folders, but no email.

Is what I'm trying to do possible on an 8700c w/ T-Mo? What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance for any assistance!
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Try resending the TM service book. When I had folder issues it was usually a corrupt service book.
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Try resending the TM service book. When I had folder issues it was usually a corrupt service book.
Thanks, S-Dog. I actually went one further and deleted all my email service books and resent them. Still no luck. Are you working with an 8700 on T-Mo?
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Don't know if this is a related issue or not ... I've only been using my 8700c (on Cingular) for a week. I can get to my folder list (using BES), but if the message is older then my 8700, I can't see it. Any way to get to the old messages (without resending all of them)?

Now, I have about 2GB of email, I know they all wouldn't fit on the 64MB 8700, but is their a way to query BES and pull it down?
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Nope I am on Cingular and BES. No other ideas.
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Here's hoping some fresh eyes see this post and have any solutions. T-Mo 8700c users, I know you're out there!
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