06-25-2013 09:11 AM
06-25-2013 09:49 AM
There3's a big difference between automatic bcc and manual bcc, which you considered to be relevant. If you have many e-mail accounts, you would always have to enter the individual bcc, or use only one bcc for all outgoing e-mails. In any case if you should forget to manually enter the bcc, you have no record of what you have sent someone.
BIS did this very comfortably in addition to being able to enter an alternate reply address.
Even the Androids and iOS have an auto bcc in their respective e-mail account setup.
Actually it is a must!
06-25-2013 10:36 AM
I also used bcc on my BB Curve so I would have a record of emails I sent from the device. After connecting the Q10 to my Exchange server via ActiveSync, I found I could sync the Sent Items. This solved it for me, although I understand it may not be appropriate for all users.
To deal with another major issue I was having...the inablity to define and maintain groups of contacts for sending group texts/emails, I last night downloaded SMSbyNow. I started setting up groups with it, and it appears that it should do the job, although I haven't actually sent anything with it yet.
06-25-2013 11:21 AM
06-25-2013 11:39 AM
In case you haven't found it. Setup - Email Accounts (x) - choose any email address then Edit and you'll find the Auto BCC Option under Delivery Options. Alot of ppl including myself use this featuer to keep track of sent emails for various reasons.
The more and more comments I read in this topic I thought to myself BlackBerry has focused 100% on "innovation" and completely ignored existing loyal users/customers. What happened to the team who designed and developed the "Bold" Product line? I'm sure they would have said something about the Q10...
Seriously.. i'm so disappointed...
*Exactly one week after swtiching from the Q10 to Bold 9900 and counting...