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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.
First, let's be clear: when you delete a file in many email programs they're actually moved to a recycle bin so you can often find them there until the recycle bin is emptied. When you empty the recycle bin, then the messages are actually deleted.
The problem is that different email programs all use different approaches to storing their email. As a result, there's no one answer as to what happens when they delete a message.
One clue is if the email program provides a "compact" function for its email storage. That implies that the file will grow as email arrives, but when files are deleted the file doesn't get smaller until you compact. That implies that like a file system, messages that are deleted are simply marked without freeing up the space immediately. Like file systems, as long as new messages haven't overwritten where the deleted messages used to be, then it might be possible to actually retrieve deleted messages. It might need special tools, but it could be possible.
One caution is that some email programs automatically rewrite or compact their files on exit, so this might only work if you make a copy of the email files before exiting the program.
And finally, all of this applies to email that's downloaded to your system. Web-based email like Hotmail or Yahoo, server-based email systems like Microsoft Exchange, or IMAP servers add another level of complexity that makes deleted email that much less likely to be retrievable. These providers do not delete anything. Emails stay on their server forever and you have no control on how long they stay,
Did you set up a your account on a new device? You may have inadvertently set it to erase once the device downloaded it. If you want to be able to read your email from various devices, eg. phone and computer, make sure that you leave messages on the server. Delete from server only when you are sure that you won't need it. Try to utilize only one device so that you are sure when you delete. Hope this helps.
If you are talking about deleting all the files in the harddrive, you have a couple of options:
1) If you install an OS from scratch, the software will automatically delete all files just before the OS is installed (do NOT choose "repair old installation";; choose "delete active partition")
2) Get a copy (free) of DBAN (Darin's Boot and Nuke; www.dban.org or download it from www.download.com). Burn it to a CD and boot from the CD. This software AUTOMATICALLY wipes off ALL DATA FROM ALL INSTALLED HDs, so be sure you unplug the one(s) you don't want to erase.
It's because your phone memory is too low,
you need to delete some useless apps on your phone and free up some memory, when there is enough free memory, your blackberry will be able to store up to a few thousand emails without deleting them
( I have tested this and it works)
Blackberrys are built so when memory starts getting too full, the phone automatically deletes old messages and calendar entries to fee up memory so the phone doesn't freeze.
you have to erase attachments from emails...and clear internet search files....internet explorer....tools...options...memory tab..delete files....to erase attachments...go to file explorer....my device...messaging folder..there will be an attachments folder open and delete those files...and any under the attachments folder erase those..however you wont be able to read any of the already downloaded emails unless you download them again...they are still in your email just not your phone.....good lucc