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Old 05-22-2007, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hoping someone can help me.....using BB 8800 on BES and outlook 2003. I have outlook set up to automatically move the read receipt responses I receive into a special folder in my main mailbox not pst folder. I want to be able to view these messages but do not want to be notified on the blackberry when someone reads an email I sent. Right now I have the box checked to reconcile this folder and therefore I receive the read receipt responses as new mail on my blackberry which after I read it on the blackberry it is automatically moved into the proper folder in outlook and on the BB, but I do not want the read receipt response to show as new mail on the BB, I want it to simply go into the special subfolder I created just like it does in outlook. Any sugestions? Creating a filter does not help since the filder prevents the read receipt response form ever going to the blackberry, and I therefore can not read it by going to view folder option. Any advice
Old 05-25-2007, 10:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's tricky because redirector sits and monitors mail and sends it along as it comes in, sometimes even before it can be filtered or moved.

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