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BlackBerry Tour: How to purge deleted email messages


When you have an email account linked to your BlackBerry Tour, you can read, send, and delete email messages just like if you were sitting at a computer. And just like when you use a computer to send or receive email, your deleted emails don't get erased completely -- they get moved into a deleted items folder (sometimes hidden, sometimes visible) in case you ever want to recover them. If you know you won't need to recover those emails, or if you want to free up some extra storage space, you can purge your deleted email messages from your BlackBerry.

To purge deleted emails on a BlackBerry Tour, follow the steps below.

- Open your email folder (or the Messages folder, if you have it set up to display your emails) on your BlackBerry.
- Press the BlackBerry key (the key to the left of the trackball with seven dots on it).
- Scroll down the list of choices to Options and select it.
- Select Email Reconciliation.
- Press the BlackBerry key again.
- Select Purge Deleted Items.
- A confirmation message will appear; choose Yes if you're sure you want to purge your deleted emails.

Note: Purging your deleted items folder will only erase messages that you've previously deleted. Any emails that you have in your inbox (or in any other folder) won't be affected. If you have more than one email account set up on your BlackBerry, purging deleted items from one account won't affect the others.

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I am using E63 & Mobile office is activated but deduction are made on the basis of Airtel live . Suggest how to work to remove remote mailbox so symbol @ can be deleted from home screen


Simply delete the email account:

Menu > Communication > Messaging

Press 'Options' key

Settings

Scroll to 'Email'

Select account you want to remove

Press 'Options' key

Select 'Delete'

Mar 06, 2011 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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HOW DO i ACCESS MY INTERNET EMAIL USING THE MOTORAZR V3?


If asked, enter your unlock code (default is 1234 or 0000)
then, if you have an unlock code, press the right soft key then when you reach your home screen press menu select "Email & IM"
Then select "Mobile Email"
If asked, type your application password then press your right soft key.
After that, if you need to set it up, select your favorite email provider then accept the terms of use.
Finally, enter your email address and your password

Nov 19, 2009 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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How do i set up emails on the nokia n95 8 gb


Tap the Nokia Menu Key and choose Messaging. Scroll down to Mailbox and click. You will be told ‘no mailbox defined. Define now?’ Choose Yes.
A wizard starts which walks you through the process. First choose Start with the left selection key. Choose your mailbox type using the scroll key and clicking to ensure the correct one is selected with a dot to the left of its name. If you have webmail or an email address from your Internet service provider, choose POP3. Click Next.
Type in your email address. Use the star key to pull up a symbols list so you can choose the ‘@’ symbol and the 1 key for the dot. Choose Next.
Enter your incoming mail server then choose Next and your outgoing mail server then choose Next. Now choose your ‘access point’. The choices will depend on which operator you are using at the time and you may need to ask your operator for the right information. You can get the phone to ask you every time if that might be useful. Make your selection then choose Next.
Now give this mailbox a name. Make it meaningful, something like ‘Gmail email’ if your email provider is Gmail, for example. When this has been entered choose Finish and you will be told ‘Mailbox setup complete. Settings can be viewed and edited in e-mail settings’. Click OK.
Personalise the settings
Now you need to tell the Nokia N95 how to behave when it is picking up and creating email.
When viewing the messaging main screen scroll to the mailbox you just set up and click it to open it. Now choose Options then E-mail settings. From here there are several sets of settings to make.
- Choose User settings.
  • In the space under My name type your own name. This will be used to identify you instead of your email address when the recipient device supports that.
  • Under Send Messages click the scroll key to choose between sending messages immediately they are created or at the next manual connection
  • Under Send copy to self click the scroll key to choose between copying yourself in to all emails sent or not
  • Under Include Signature click the scroll key to choose whether you want to include a pre-defined signature on all emails. If you choose yes, you are asked to define the signature now.
  • Under New email alerts click the scroll key to choose whether you want the N95 to tell you when new email has arrived. This is useful if you have chosen to retrieve emails automatically – see ‘automatic retrieval’ below.
- Choose Retrieval settings.
  • This is where you tell the phone how much of each email to retrieve. You might want to retrieve less if you think you will end up spending a lot on connection time. The choices are; to retrieve headers only, to set a size limit on downloads, or to retrieve messages and their attachments.
- Choose Automatic Retrieval.
  • If you need to get your email regularly then you can set up the phone to pick up messages at regular intervals. Choose Disabled if you want to pick up email manually
- Choose Connection settings.
  • Here you can change any of the basic email settings such as incoming and outgoing email servers and can give the phone your login password

Check out our Internet Settings page here

Oct 31, 2009 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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The keyboard is not doing as its told


check accessiability option in the control pannel if there are wrong setting for key board. also check keyboard setting in the control pannel. (and keyboard shoutcuts)

Jun 24, 2009 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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Set up email/scan


moz-screenshot.pnghere's how to add contact to the address book:
  1. press FUNCTION key
  2. select FAX/EMAIL SETTINGS icon
  3. select ADDRESS BOOK
  4. select ADD EMAIL ADDRESS
  5. input your email address
  6. input your name
  7. select ok
  8. input a key name
  9. you can choose if you want to add it to favorites or not
  10. press stop key to return to idle state
that's it :)

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Gprs


you will need to ask your service provider to send you the GPRS/WAP settings for your handset.
they will text it to you, and then u save them and it will be listed in
Menu > Settings > Configuration > Default
select that setting and set it to be the default setting and then click on Act. Def. In all applications (this will activate default settings in all applications that use GPRS)

or if u knew the access point settings and all, u can add a manual setting and make that as default.

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Manual programing


You need to be more specific about what you want to do
with your phone.
However, I know that everyone uses Email, so I will give you
an example of how configurable is.

This is how you can do Personal Email Setup
[with providers with automatic settings - Motorola approved]

During automatic setup all the necessary settings for the ISP is downloaded from the network. A few popular ISPs with automatic settings include:

  • Yahoo.com
  • Verizon.net
  • Comcast.net
  • Netzero.net
  • AOL.com
  • Earthlink.net

  • You'll need this information ready:
    • POP3/IMAP provider
    • Your username, password, and any special security requirements
    Note: For these instructions, “LSK” refers to the Left Soft Key; “RSK” refers to the Right Soft Key on your Motorola Q.
    1. Press Start, locate the Messaging Icon.
    2. Move cursor over Messaging Icon and select.
    3. Select B. Outlook Email
    4. Press Menu
    5. Select Options
    6. Select New Account
    7. Input your name (as they want it to appear to any email recipients). Press the down arrow key when complete.
    8. Input your email address. Press the down arrow key when complete.
    9. Select the “Attempt to obtain email settings from the Internet.” check box.
    10. Press the Next button. (RSK)
    11. Allow the device to obtain the settings. There should be a success message when the process is complete: “Success. Auto obtained settings for yourprovider.com”.
    12. Select Next (RSK)
    13. In the User Name field, input your login. Press the down arrow.
    14. Input the password for the account in the Password field.
    15. If a domain exists for the account, it will be automatically populated. Note: For most POP3/IMAP4 account, a domain is not necessary.
    16. Select the check box to save the password.
    17. Press the Next (RSK)
    18. All fields on this screen will be automatically populated.
    19. Press Next (RSK)
    20. All fields on this screen are automatically populated.
    21. Press Next (RSK)
    22. Choose how many days worth of email you would like to receive. Use the left/right arrows to make selection.
    23. Choose the initial size of each email you would like to receive. Use the left/right arrows to make selection.
    24. Press Next (RSK)
    25. Select how often you would like the device to automatically synchronize with this email account. Note: If you plan to sync another email account via ActiveSync using a scheduled sync, the POP3/IMAP4 account should not be set to sync on a schedule. If the POP3 account is set to sync on a schedule, it will disrupt the ActiveSync scheduled sync.
    26. Press Next (RSK)
    27. Press Finish (RSK)
    28. If you would like to download the email from the account press Yes (LSK). Press No (RSK) if you do not want to download the email from your account. Note: To delete an email account, From Home Screen > Start Menu > Messaging. Select the Account you want to delete (e.g. Yahoo!). Press Menu > Options > Account Options. Highlight the account you want to delete. Press Menu and select Delete.

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    Email short key


    Click on the below Link, Good Luck.

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