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I have just been setting up my BlackBerry and have a query:

When i receive an email it gets sent to my BB, which is good, but if i read it on my computer it does not update as read on my BB, same as if it is moved or deleted - wireless

but when its cradled it updates it but want it to update read/move/delete over wireless.

- it works the other way ok... if i read/move/delete a message off my BB and select reconcile my mail server updates.

is there a way to get my mail server to update my BB for read/move/deleted actions wirelessly?

cheers

tom
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you need to tune the settings of the "Wireless email reconsoliation". It's on your handheld, go into message screen, press trackwheel and select Options, change the setting of "Delete on" to either Handheld or Handheld and mailbox or prompt.
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