These emails (see an example below) come up on blackberry and laptop alike. I was just
deleting them as I could not get any useful support from T mobile but
now I am having reports of email bouncebacks. I am wondering if this is
related. My blackberry does not say smart phone on it as far as I can
see but it is an 8800 and is branded with TMobile logo, Thanks Jo firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: network emails on blackberry
Those messages are intended to transmit data to and from the Blackberry servers. if you delete them you will get more and you will have issues with messages. If you leave them alone, they will take care of themselves
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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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You only need blackberry curve 8330 unlock code for your original sim network provider. Example : if your original blackberry network card using claro, then you just need blackberry unlock code for claro network, The easy way to get that unlock code is buying from third party sites and you just need to wait a couple minutes then unlock code will be arrived in your email complete with details instruction how to insert that unlock code in your blackberry phone.
you should be able to login to your blackberry webclient and delete the accounts from there. depending on what carrier you're on, just google blackberry webclient for you carrier. login using the username/password you created when you set up the emails, and you can delete the accounts on there.
Contact your admin if its work email, Or log into your email account using the online version preferably from pc not your phone. Then try looking in deleted email folder for that account. examples gmail has a deleted items folder Yahoo.com and others as well. Once again if its work email look on your pc that has account setup to see if it is in trash bin or deleted items folder if not. Your system administrator (it guy) may have a backup of all company email on his server if the email is that important. As for the spam filter that also depends on what email company your using.
If its a message something to this effect (this message is used to carry data between the handheld and the wireless network, do not delete or reply) Go into your desktop on your phone and go to options, advanced options and service books, you will see two service books that say Desktop (cical) and desktop (cmime). Leave each one hightlighted and hit menu button and select delete. If you set up the blackberry desktop manager with the wrong email itegration and then sync'd your blackberry to your computer these service books get pulled into your device. To avoid it happening again reinstall your bblackberry desktop manager and when it gets to the section about selecting your email integration, select blackberry internet service (even if you dont have the internet on your phone)