04-11-2013 09:21 PM
i am getting tired of seeing this **bleep** in my personal emails. WTF!!!! when is BB going to step up and fix this. Are they not reading any of this!
this is what my email looks like when i sent it out - it is ridiculous! bet you dont know what i said!
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04-12-2013 06:41 AM
K9 is not a sideload; it's in BlackberryWorld and is supported.
Corruption of the transmission is not the Z-10; your email server is doing that.
It appears to be caused by the Z-10 omitting CRs from lines (which are supposed to be terminated by CRLF) but the actual scrambling is caused by your email server rather than the Z-10.
Blackberry does need to fix the CR issue, but the scrambled email isn't them. I've sent out thousands of emails using the Z-10 and have not seen any corrupted ones -- but my server doesn't throw up on missing CRs.
04-22-2013 07:51 AM
Is there any date for new OS updates that will contain a fix for this issue? That K9 email program is really ugly and not user friendly in my opinion and although it may be a satisfactory fix for now, BlackBerry have been aware of this issue for quite some time.
04-23-2013 10:15 AM
Worked fine until OS patch, so not all mail server fault
Yes, it was introduced during the last round of updates, that said it is not entirely BlackBerry's fault that some servers are puking at the lack of CR codes. My servers are not...
04-23-2013 12:58 PM
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