Blackberry being clogged with hundreds and hundreds of duplicate emails ?

For about the last three weeks, every time I open an email or even put the mouse cursor on an email, it is forwarded to my blackberry.  Two other co-workers are complaining about the same problem.  This results in my blackberry being clogged with hundreds and hundreds of duplicate emails each day and renders looking for a specific email almost impossible.  The Blackberry is T-Mobile Serive that uses IMAP or OWA to forward email to our company Exchange 2003 Server. Do you know of what we can do to stop this problem.

Please advise.
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Hi 355LT1,

You don't mention a BlackBerry Server, so I'm going to assume that you don't have one.

Your duplication is most likely because of the IMAP integration. It sounds like you are using OWA to access your email, so the link below will take you to the instructions on how to associate your BLackBerry with OWA, which should take care of the duplications.

For interest, the KB Article below has a number of causes for the email duplication, I'm sure that one of them will be applicable to your situation, if the OWA integration doesn't work for you. 0 353964299

Give this a try and let me know how it goes.


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Gary CutriData & Communications SpecialistCommented:
As a test please take a backup of one device and then delete the email account from the T-Mobile BIS account.  Now confirm there are no additional forwarding rules in Exchange or Outlook and then add the email account back onto the T-Mobile BIS service.
355LT1Author Commented:
I did you test and it did not help. Replace the Blackbery and that did not help either, so far 3 out of 6 have this problem with duplicated email. There are no rules are forwarding email.
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