Having problem with syncing E-mails between folders on Blackberry
I have multiple accounts; AOL, Work (Enterprise server), GMail folders on my blackberry. These folder keeps it organized and let's me know where e-mail came from. Then there is a generic folder called "messages" that is part of the original setup from Blackberry and all the messages, missed call, SMS are in there (basically a collection of all). When I delete an e-mail from individual folder it doesn't delete from the "message" folder and vice versa. Does anyone have any suggestions in syncronizing all these?
Additionally, the e-mail deleted on BB doesn't get deleted on the actual desktop? This is a mess and I don't know what to do?
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Try deleting your account and then adding it again.
You can do this by click on Settings from your homescreen, and then selecting Mail, Contacts, Calendars. From there, select the account with the issue, and then press Delete Account. This should take you back to the Mail, Contacts, Calendars menu, where you can add the account again. Doing this will not delete any of the messages from your account.
Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and under accounts, tap Add Account.
Follow the instructions. When you enter your email address, iPhone will look up your service provider's settings for you.If the iPhone cant find the settings then follow this link - http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1277 - to a sheet that will give you what you need to ask your service provider to setup your email correctly.
first turn off sync Mail accounts in iTunes and remove the mail
accounts in the iphone, then with openss from my windows WinSCP set
permissions /var/mobile/Library in the folder "Mail" to 777, now itunes
can sync yours mail accounts, then go to iPhone open icon Settings into
then go to "Mail, Contacts, Calandars" option and go Accounts "xxxx"
-> SMTP here set the username and password for ur account and delete
other SMTP Servers and if you have another account with other server
you just add. and add /exchange to the end of my server name (mail.server.com/exchange)
then it worked perfectly. You also need to make sure that your smtp port on the exchange server matches the iphone's smtp port and that your firewall won't block it.
OK, this one is common. Blackberry has 2 different features you can have for accessing emails. The first is the individual feature, which most people use. The second is called Enterprise and is used to sync the device to workplace servers. If your company uses Enterprise your IT department can help you. If you ask them and they don't know what you're talking about, they don't use it. If they do not use Enterprise than in all likelihood you will not be able to sync to your work servers.
Synchronization of iPhone 3G with your Outlook 2003 will depend on the type of account that you would like to create. It will depend also on the Web mail that you are going to download.
1. The e-mail that you would like to download to your iPhone is your Gmail account. You have to enable POP in your Gmail sesttings.
2. On your iPhone > go to Home screen > tap settings...
3. Go to Mail > Add Account > Other > Continue...
4. For the host name: pop.gmail.com
5. For the username: type your complete e-mail address
6. For the Outgoing mail SMTP Host name: type smtp.gmail.com
7. Tap Save..
8. To verify your Advance configuration: Go to settings > click the account that you havve created > Advance
Incoming server port:
-You may use 110 or 993
-Type your password
- You may use 25, 2525, 587 or 465
- Type your password again.
NOTE: I just use Gmail as an example. Your incoming mail server will depend on your Web mail settings.. You may contact your e-mail administrator and ask for the Incoming mail server, Outgoing mail SMTP, ask if your account requires encryption or not.
Is this a enterprise activated blackberry or do you have only the internet version? If you have the enterprise activated version than you can check if your Blackberry server administrator has some policies on the server that will prevent some types of attachments being opened on your Blackberry phone.
If you have the Internet version that the best thing to try is to ask the mobile provider to resend you the service books for your account.
Even with the enterprise version you can also ask your system administrator to resend your service books in case you have an corrupted service book.
you can try syncing the mail account into phone from entourage using itunes. The mail application in the iphone can be a pain to set up using other email providers, rather than gmail, yahoo, aol, .mac, which are actively supported on the iphone and set up without a hitch. Make sure this account you are trying to add to the iphone supports imap, multiple client usage. Check for any alternative hostnames for the email client, delete email account from phone, re-add it.