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Old 06-21-2006, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 8700c BB still shows the folders I created when I was on 1.8
I know I can no longer use these folders, is there a way to delete them?
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Old 06-21-2006, 06:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Find on your device service book that has name WebClient or WebMail. Delete it.
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Cool, thank you.
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Let us know if it works because I deleted the Web Client Service Book and I still have the folders.
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I do not have them, and I deleted this service book. What else could have done it?
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Let us know if it works because I deleted the Web Client Service Book and I still have the folders.

I haven't tried it yet, and if it didn't work for you I may wait to see if there is another fix.
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Did you upgrade from 1.8 to 2.0? I had Rogers delete my account and then created a new one.
I'm just clutching at straws here but my Web Client Service Book is deleted and I still have the Inbox, Sent and Trash Web Client folders on my 8700.
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Did you upgrade from 1.8 to 2.0? I had Rogers delete my account and then created a new one.
I'm just clutching at straws here but my Web Client Service Book is deleted and I still have the Inbox, Sent and Trash Web Client folders on my 8700.
Yes, I did upgrade from 1.8 to 2.0
I have the same folders you mentioned but I also have two folders that I created when I was on 1.8 that are still there with 2.0
I'm just curious why they're still there if I can't use 'em.
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Same issue here -- I have no Web Client (or web anything) in service books, but Web Client still shows up in the folder list. Any other ideas on how to kill this?
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Same issue here -- I have no Web Client (or web anything) in service books, but Web Client still shows up in the folder list. Any other ideas on how to kill this?
Same issue here. Would like to know the answer too if anyone knows.
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