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Restoring Email to Blackberry after a Wipe

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The Blackberry has two email accounts:  AOL and Enterprise.  The host has to be switched. I tried, but to do Enterprise Activation I must wipe the Blackberry.

There are several hundred saved AOL emails on the Blackberry at the moment.  The user prefers to have these on the Blackberry after the wipe.

I'm not sure if I can get these AOL messages back on the Blackberry from the Backup.

Can it be done?



Thanks.


Larry
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The messages will be kept if you backup the device before wiping it and restore the backup before you activate it on the new BES server. If you activate it first, you can perform a selective restore from the Desktop Manager software and just restore the Messages folder.
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