07-29-2008 10:38 AM
I left the States for Guam with my Blackbeery 8830 and Sprint coverage because its local to U.S. Since arriving my Internet Gmail account recieves a cyriptic email from email@example.com everytime I send or recieve a message. Sometimes I get them for even when I'm not rsending or recieving. The following is in the subject and body of the message:
This message is used to carry data between the BlackBerry handheld and an associated server. Please do not delete, move or respond to this message - it will be processed by the server.
I do not have a clue what they are or how to make them stop comming?? Is this a virus? I have to delete them because they fill my inbox. Any help would be appreciated.
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07-29-2008 05:06 PM
I have the same problem with an 8310 - fairly new and newly registered for Blackberry email. I am UK based. I receive an average of 60 copies of this self same message every day and have to treat it as spam in order to get rid of it. I have tried emailing BBerry Support direct but have not received either acknowledgement nor answer. If ever you do find an answer I would be eternally grateful
07-30-2008 01:29 AM
try the below link article.
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07-30-2008 03:12 AM
Thanks Kooldac -
Remember some of use using blackberry's dont have time to figure out how to search such a bizzare message. I did try but obviously didn't know the magic search word.
07-30-2008 03:21 AM
Hi easyclic try this. It seems to have worked on my 8320 but I don't have a clue why or how it got out of whack anyway... I also don't know what these service books mean. It seems to have stopped the messages so I don't care at this point.
First, remove all of the Desktop service books from the BlackBerry smartphone.
This worked for me after I did a complete uninstall of Desktop Manager. Desktop Manager doesnt serve much purpose if your not using enterprise email in my opinion anyways.