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Old 06-12-2006, 03:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default BIS 2.0 and Email Reconciliation ?s for a newbie

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I am a newbie and am completely dumbfounded at all the things one can do with a berry.

1) What does BIS 2.0 do that is so wonderful? I mean I see all the threads and topics on the subject and am not sure what advantages someone can get from this new upgrade that Cingular is supposedly coming out with? Can someone explain this in new, clear, precise language?

2) I have one simple POP3 email account that I get on my berry. Heres my thing - I want to be able to delete an email on my berry and have that very same email deleted on my outlook mailbox without me physically having to go into this and remove the same email? IS THIS POSSIBLE? DOES 2.0 ALLOW THIS?

Thank you.

Remember, I am a newbie so simple and clear explanations are greatly welcomed.
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No, reconcillation is not available for POP, only IMAP in 2.0

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So this means that reconciliation works with .mac accounts?
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if .mac is IMAP then yes
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