My Tour, while otherwise problem-free, has the annoying habit of regurgitating deleted emails back into my inbox - most recently some as old as 2010 - as if they were new messages. While occasionally it's fun to take a quick trip down memory lane, most of the time it's just a hassle to re-delete dozens of messages you deleted once before.
Has anyone else experienced this and if so, have you been able prevent it from recurring?
We want your deleted e-mails to stay where they belong Bostom! How long has this been happening? Does it happen only with a specific e-mail client? Does it happen with all the deleted e-mails? If it is happening with one specific client, I recommend deleting and readding the e-mail account.
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No, the deleted messages come from both email accounts I forward to the Blackberry. I have removed and readded both accounts in the past, however, without any changes - I still, every couple of weeks, get old messages I've read before in my inbox. It hasn't happened for a while. Is there anything to look for or do the next time it occurs?
Thanks in advance for your help.
I have the same issue. My deleted emails keep appearing. I do not want to delete my emails on my computer...just on my phone....and not return. thanks Lori
btw...my email account is Verizon
This is happening to me too on my Motorola Razer Max. Has anyone resolved this?
Jonathan, DK, anybody:
This is a bump. The same problem keeps happening. In fact, DK's post of a month ago re-appeared in my inbox as a new message this past weekend (September 22-23) prompting me to write again.
So obviously I'm not the only one this is happening to. Has anyone, at VZW or a user, figured out a way to make 'em go away and stay gone? Like Doodling, some messages I want to leave in my computer's email inboxes so I chose "delete on handheld" and these are the ones that come back months and even sometimes years later. They also tend to come as a "dump" where I'll get several; never one alone.
Thanks for your help. I'm looking for an answer. I hope there's one out there.
Hello again Bostom and community!
I personally don't deleting emails in the first place, so I know I wouldn't want to do it twice!
The reason why this happens is as you mentioned, when you choose "delete on handheld" and they remain on your email server they technically have a chance of being "resyncd" to your phone.
The only sure fire way to not have that possibility is to delete the message from your actual email.
I understand that may take some time as I just deleted over 900 messages myself, but it's worth it.
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