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wood1e
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎04-07-2011
My Device: Touch

Outlook inbox and sub folders

Hi, I have a bold with Orange (network) in the UK.

 

I have resently, installed Outlook on my PC's and connected to a hosting Exchange server solution. so I can now happily (well as happy as you ever can be with a microsoft product!!) send and receive emails from any of my computers and they are all sync etc.

 

I have also connected my email up to my Blackberry. Which all workds.

 

but the emails I have set up a rule for, which is, 'Sender = x, therefore place email in folder B' do not appear on my Blackberry.


When I spoke to Orange, they said I didn't have latest software...blahblahblah!

 

Spoke to them again last night and they said the only way I can 'see' these emails on my Blackberry, was to upgrade to an Orange Business account!

 

Why I ask...because the service I need is not provided by Blackberry for Consumers, onl business clients.


So what is this service? Something to be with a Server!!!


Can any clarify what the hell the women was talking about?

 

Why is Blackberry consciencously going out of its way to not allow a large percentage of its customers have the same facitlies as other customers.


Or is it just Orange, either what bit of technology am I being denied and how can I get it and therefore get around what Orange want me to do?


many thanks in advance.

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My Device: Z30, Z10 & Q10 (10.2.2.1531), Playbook (2.1.0.1526)

Re: Outlook inbox and sub folders

Duplicate:

http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-Bold/Outlook-inbox-and-sub-folders/m-p/2337127#nob...


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