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Old 04-05-2007, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all, I just upgraded to the 7100i. All my last nextels had a 'delete all' function. I cannot manage to find any means of performing this task?
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What do you want to "delete all" of? Your email? Go to the top (latest) date and click to DELETE PRIOR. Every message will be deleted.

If you want to clear the entire BB of addresses, messages, calendar dates, etc., go to Options, Settings, Security, General Settings, click to WIPE HANDHELD.

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Oops...forgot....I'd like to clear emails and phone/radio calls to keep the display clean
THanks for the prompt reply
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For phone folder, similar: Message Folder, click to VIEW FOLDERS > highlight and click view/select PHONE CALL LOGS > click to DELETE PRIOR.

Good luck with clean machine.
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