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Avoid Blackberry Messenger send read notification

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I have a user that doesn't want to let people know when he reads his messages from Blackberry Messenger...

Is there a way to prevent people knowing you already read the messages from Blackberry Messenger?

I think I found a way of reading the history instead of the message instead, but I need a way to deactivate the send notification.
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Hi,

The only way you will be able to do it will be using the History workaround as you stated.  There is no way within BBM to turn it off.

Check this guide which covers the History detour
http://fixitts.com/2011/02/09/how-to-read-blackberry%C2%AE-bbm-messages-without-notifying-the-sender/

M@
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Thank you for stating that there´s no other way.

Best regards,
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