I wonder if anyone can help me with this problem please. I have recently purchased a BB-Bold 9700 and transferred my settings from my old Bold. I have to email addresses (both Gmail) registered which appear on my main screen. The push email works fine! However, whenever I send an email, I cannot see the sent mail in the individual email folders but only in the main messages folder which is very annoying and confusing. Here's what I have tried sofar:
1. I tried to go into options and mark "No" in the section indicated hide my sent messages. 2. I tried going into filter and ticking sent messages. They appear but once you press the back button they disappear again. 3. I tried going onto the BB website and I successfully downloaded the newest software update (184.108.40.206) but still it did not resolve the problem....
Do I need to wipe off the whole device? Can someone please help because I'm very confused and frustrated with this issue.....
Since my old email had been hacked and blocked, so I have created new email and also it has been verify in blackberry device. But, all my old contact lists are all listed as my new email's entries. So, I want to know is there any possibility to move all of my contact list to be my new email's entries??
Is there any way for me to organize my email into folders? Right now my mail is simply listed newest first and is very unorganized making it difficult to use. If I could set up folders that I could put mail in, that would be perfect.
I have email set up on both iPhone and MacBook (BT Yahoo) UK but when I read and delete from iPhone they will not follow the same instruction on my mail account on the MacBook. So I am having to do the job twice. Will do it if I read from MacBook and delete but not the other way round.
I have about 5 email addresses setup on my iPhone. However, I only want the badge on the iPhone home screen to display the unread count for my primary email address (instead of adding up all the unread emails in all of my inboxes).
Created a new email account in 5.1.1, but the "New Folder" button doesn't appear on the Mailboxes page, or on any page. Only allows Inbox, Sent, Trash and Drafts. Is there a way to create folders anyway?
All this time iPhone was out on the market, i needed a way to make the Mail.app to scan into my email folders. i have a Yahoo! account set up and it's only for the Inbox. i have filters/rules that redirect emails to certain folders in the yahoo email account, but the iOS Mail.app doesn't scan in there. is there an alternative? other than entering - step by step - in all the folders?
I recently went through and organized my hotmail account. So if an email comes in from a certain email address it goes into a certain folder automatically instead of the regular inbox. Because of this I now no longer get those emails to my BB. I only get emails that still go to the general inbox.[URL].. and have attempted to set it up but it does not work, it says the only folders I have are inbox and spam, when in reality I have at least 10 other folders. I have tried to use the BB desktop manager thing but I get stuck at step 1 as I cannot find email settings anywhere in the program.
Ive recently changed to a bold 9700 from a curve. Im using bes and i have several folders selected for redirection, however on the bold I cant view these folders all messages are going to the same place.
When i click on view folders i can see mms sms etc but nothing email related?! Im sure its fairly easy but this is driving me up the wall
From the research that I have done, it appears that I can add, move, delete or rename email folders on my blackberry device only if I have the enterprise version of the operating system. Is there any way to be able to organize my messages on my device other than a huge inbox as a personal (not enterprise) user?If possible I'd like to synchronize my folders, but I'd settle to just be able to create my own folders on my blackberry for organization purposes.Maybe it's just me, but this seems like a huge weakness when comparing to other types of mobile devices.
i have recently changed from an iphone to the bold 9900 - setup email accounts and sync'd with outlook on my laptop no problems.BUT i cannot get it to sync my inbox subfolders.i have tried the mapping option in the advance options for sync but it just will not allow it ??am i missing something? does it have to be on an exchange server ?
I can see the folders and they are correctly identified when highlighted however when I click on one it opens as one of the other folders ( always the same one) with that folders contents . I can see message headings but can't open.The only way I can access new messages to these folders is via the Messages Folder which actually shows an alert when an email message arrives (the other folders dont even show the alert)My aol account seems to work fine but the Gmail and other emails dont.
I have 3 email addresses setup on my Bold 9900. In the last week, I must have switched something because whenever I open the messages folder, I only see my text messages. Similarily, when I try to open any of the three email folders...the text messages folder opens. I know I am receiving emails but I cannot access the email folders. They appear but when I open them the text message folder opens.
Before the ICS update (which has been a nightmare - 4 hours with Verizon trying to fix my phone....) hitting "settings" had an option for showing all folders. Now I can only find the inbox - where did "sent" mail and "Trash" go?
I upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich on my Galaxy S2 yesterday and now I've lost visibility of my Exchange sub-folders within the default Email app. If I open up Email it defaults to my Inbox, but when I hit the menu key and select folders the only ones I can see are the main root folders, Inbox, Drafts, Outbox, Sent, Deleted etc. I have a load of sub-folders underneath my Inbox that I need to be able to get to on my phone as I use it for work. This all worked fine on Gingerbread.I've removed my Exchange account from the phone and re-added it, but this made no difference. Interestingly on re-adding the account and going into the folders section I saw all my sub-folders and then as the initial sync was occurring they were removed one by one until it left me with the same default folders as I mentioned above.
i have a Torch 9800 on AT&T and I am running 220.127.116.116. When I reboot my phone, I receive a message "Uncaught Exception: java.lang.NullPointerException." Everything was fine until I did an OTA update to 18.104.22.1680 last Friday. After I did the update, I could not change my theme(menu<options would pop up then close and Options<display< screen display would do the same thing) and I would get the error. I downgraded to 22.214.171.1246 official and I still had the error but I was able to change my theme. I decided to trim my OS using BBHTool (have done this before with no problems). I am still receiving the error even after several battery pulls. I retrieved my event log from Crackutil and below is what shows up(5 times) for the error.
Is there any way or app to allow me to create shortcuts to specific mail folders aside from the inbox for the stock mail application? For example, I would like to put shortcuts to the Draft and Sent folders on the Home screen.
I have been given a lumia 950 at work but used to have an android based phone. I have configured my work email and can see the inbox and all other folders as I should.
The problem then starts here, on my desktop outlook I have email rules that move new emails from certain people into relevant folders for them but on the lumia I only see a notification saying there is new email in the inbox and not for the other folders I have. On the android I used to have this would show all new emails on one screen even if they were in another folder.
How can I be notified of new emails arriving into other folders within my mailbox or have them showing up on the first screen like the android or otherwise the phone will be unusable as I will miss too many important work emails because they don't show me notifications that they have arrived.