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I have a PBell B3605. Is it possible to delete some text from an email I have received and forward the rest on to someone else?

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If you use copy to copy the email and click on new email then paste the email into the blank page. You then can adjust as required and sent to whomsoever you require.

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I receive emails on my mac and some I forward to friends,but their unable to open them youtube etc and ask I send again but when I try I cannot open either. Please Help


Hi Richard. Thers a good chance you have mail preferences setup to compose new emails in "plain text". And/Or, "Use the same message format as the original message", meaning if you reply to someone who sent you an email that is in Rich Text Format, then your reply will be in Rich Text Format but, if they send you an email in Plain Text Format, then your reply, and possibly any forwarding will be sent in Plain Text also.

For website addresses to be "clickable links" in mail, you need to ensure all emails you send, forward, or reply are in Rich Text Format.
go to Mail... Preferences... then select the Composing tab and ensure Message Format is set to "Rich Text".
Further below in the same tab you will see "Responding" and a tick box for Use the same message format as the original message (Respond using Rich or Plain Text).
If you always want to respond or forward in Rich Text only and every time, then deselect that option.
All links should work and be clickable from then onwards.

You can highlight a non working website link in the email body, right click, then select "Link" then "Add Link" to make it clickable but, you will receive a notification about converting this message to rich text format?"

Basically, the links will not be clickable if you are setup to compose new emails in Plain Text. Nor will any replies or forwards you send that are changing to Plain Text to match the format received by you from others.
Always end, reply and forward in Rich Text Format

Hope that helps.
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Paul
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Just purchased Windows 8.1 and struggling !!!! How do I delete email attachments but retain the text?


Forward the email to yourself, but delete the attachment before sending it.

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Editing a gmail attachment


If it's just HTML text or the list of other recipients you can copy the attachment and start a new email and then paste it into the body of the new email then select the text you want to remove and click delete. Then send it on or save it in drafts that's all you need to do. By the way that will work with pics too just select the picture by clicking on it and highlighting it then again click delete.

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Desperately need to save long text messages from LG Banter to Computer for legal purposes asap. help!


Save them as screenshot images and email them. No other way, having said that, normally the limit is set by your cellular provider not the phone memory so ask them.

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OFTEN WISH TO DELETE INFO HEADERS ON RECEIVED EMAIL BEFORE SENDING IT ON TO OTHERS. TRIED TOOLBAR TABS, ETC. BUT AS PC AMATEUR, DON'T KNOW HOW TO ACCOMPLISH IT.


If I understand your question, you just want to remove the header of an email, such as the From/To/Subject information before forwarding it to something else. If that is correct, then it is as simple as clicking the Forward button, then you can delete any text that is in that email, including the headers.

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I have a nokia 6126, I am trying to forward an audio text message with a picture attached to someone else, but the forward line is a lighter shade than delete or reply etc.. do I not have the ability to...


If it has a lighter shade then the rest of the texts than it is very possible it wont forward successfully.Try saving the picture to your phone then sending as regular picture mail.

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Thunderbird When forwarding an e-mail, how can I delete all the tos and froms before sending


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You would simply select the area of text and related and press on delete, optionally you could go and press backspace to delete content that you don't wish to send forward, the forms and such will dissapear as you delete the text and eventually them as well.

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Not receiving text messages


You are running out of memory, just free up your memory. You can do this by doing some or all of the following:

  • Clear your log (hold alt and press lglg>then menu key>select "Clear Log">confirm)
  • Close programs you're not currently using (hold alt and back button) Some items will always be running like messages, phone, browser, home screen so on and so forth, leave those running
  • Uninstall themes and programs that you are not using anymore (Options>Advanced Options>Applications) [Leave the following applications on the phone or you will have trouble: BlackBerry "Version # i.e. 4.2" Core Applications; BlackBerry System Software; BlackBerry Attachment Service; Browser; Help; Phone. The rest are if you use them or not i.e. Tasks; MemoPad, BB Messenger, if you don't use them then you can delete them without major problems on your phone)
  • Move photos, music, video and other multimedia over to your disc instead on the actual BB device. Also delete ringtones that you no longer use
  • From your desktop uninstall languages that you do not need
  • Delete out your old text messages and emails, try to save them on your computer instead of your laptop (with email) or forward text messages that you need to your email then delete the actual text message
This should be a good start to clearing out your memory and start receiving text messages again along with your call logs showing up. If you remove an application it will ask to reboot, let it and then send a text message from online to make sure that you're up and working again. Then maintenance your BlackBerry about every week afterwards depending on your storing habits. Hope it works!

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Try saving the pictures to your phone first than sending them to your e mail

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