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Old 02-26-2007, 12:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I notice that when I respond to an email from one of my pop3 accounts on my 8800, it gets send from my BES corporate account. This did not happen on my 8700. Is there something I have setup wrong.
Also, I know the emails get mixed together in my inbox, but not all of the emails from my pop3 account show up in my pop3 folder, but the do show up in my general inbox mixed with my corporate email. Is that correct?

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have you sent yourself the service books from the BIS?
If you have then you should automatically reply to the email via the source address. i.e. email to [email address] when you select reply/forward/reply all will be sent from the hotmail address.
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I resent the service books and it seems to work correctly now. Should the service books need to be resent periodically? I had sent them a few days ago and my email was going to both my main inbox and my gmail inbox. All of a sudden it stopped, now it is working again after I resent the service books.

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if you added your BES service after you initiall set yourself up with the BIS, then yes the service books could get screwy if there's a policy on your BES.

Other than that the Service Books should not just disappear.
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Thanks, that may have been the problem, I think I did send the BIS service books before I setup the handheld with the BES server. I will keep an eye on it
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