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Old 02-03-2006, 12:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this defeats the purpose of having a BB, but suppose you are out of town, and want to turn off your e-mail service ... can this be done without turning off the entire wireless service (i.e. turning off your phone too)? I cannot seem to find any way to do this other than deleting the e-mail accounts from BIS, but I'd rather just temporarily deactivate it.
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Delete the Webclient service book. When you want to start getting your emails, go back into the BIS, and resend yourself a service book.
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or

-> got to "Message" icon (mail)
-> go to "options"
-> go to "Email Filters"
-> change "If no filters apply, send email to handheld:" to "NO"
or
-> got to "Message" icon (mail)
-> go to "options"
-> go to "Email Reconciliation"
-> change "Wireless Reconcile" to "Off"
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