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Old 01-24-2006, 04:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Any way to have messages deleted on BB also be deleted on ISP server?

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I'm trialing a Cingular 8700c, which I have configured to read my email from my Verizon pop account. However, when I download my verizon emails into Outlook, all those messages that I deleted on the BB still show up on my desktop.

With my Treo, emails deleted on the handheld are also deleted from Verizon's server, so they never show up in Outlook.

Is there any way to the BB to work this way? If not, it makes it more or less worthless to me as a device to manage my email.

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Old 01-24-2006, 04:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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No way to do that now. An upgrade that Cingular has said they will implement this spring should make it do what you (and I) want.
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Old 01-24-2006, 06:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Wow, I must say I'm flabbergasted. Instead of making my life easier, it actually makes it more difficult - now I have to read my email twice.

Would it be different if I had a T-Mobile blackberry?
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I recently read that T-Mobile has already implemented the aforementioned upgrade. Unfortunately, their network isn't so good, so GETTING your e-mail at all might end up being an issue if you use them... ;)

Also, I can pretty much guarantee that whichever carrier you choose, the BB will make your life easier, not more difficult!
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Get on the BES
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tmobb is right. BES is the only way you can do it right now. Unless you work for a company that has a BES server the only real way to do it affordably is to go to a service like exchangemymail.com. They give you a hosted Exchange account and BES that does exactly what you're looking for. ...for about $20 a month.

I am holding out for the Cingular upgrade this spring (I hope).
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