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Old 08-13-2006, 01:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a strange thing happening and I am hoping someone can shed some light on it. My 8700 is set to lock upon inserting in holster without a security code, to lock the kets, and it works fine. If I insert it and then remove it to check, it is always locked. However, several hours later if I remove the unit it is quite often unlocked but the unit was sitting in the case on my desk, no way any buttons were pushed. I have PocketDay professional and it set to go to PD after 10 minutes, but Ihave had PD for over a year and this has just started with my 8700, it never happened with my 7100. Any ideas? Anything to check that you can think of, I don't want to blame PD although I have exited the program, closed it, not to background, and am waiting now to see if it stays locked. Anyone else see this before? Thanks.
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Are you getting emails while in holster? Maybe the feature that brings new email to front when removing from holster is overriding the lock?
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