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I just picked up my blackberry, and the icon that you use to view new mail is missing...  I had just read new email about 30 minutes before this.  How do I get it back on my screen?
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Use the alt key (which is the one below 'a') and click in the wheel while on the menu screen.  You should get the option to show all, you can then selectively unhide hidden icons!
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