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Old November 20th, 2009, 05:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default how to stop repeat mail notifications

OK I get an new email, I don't want to read it right now, so I clear the notification.. but five minutes later i get a new mail notification for the same &&*(*( message and continue to..


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Old November 20th, 2009, 05:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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OK I get an new email, I don't want to read it right now, so I clear the notification.. but five minutes later i get a new mail notification for the same &&*(*( message and continue to..


i do i stop the maddness
I do not get repeat notifications on my Droid , wish it did. Are you sure its not just Gmails method of threading emails that you are seeing. So its not the same message notification, its a new message from the same sender and added to the thread...
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Old November 20th, 2009, 07:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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no i get them sometimes as well i got about 5 of them today.
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I only have a gmail account because i have too....

i set up my access to my own email, it a pop3 so i don't think its threading..

I do think, and I am testing this, if remove the notification and not read the message, i get the new notification, if i DO NOT remove the notification and don't read the mail, I don't think I am getting the repeats

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I use K9 beta and in there it has the option to mark all emails as (read) this way I do not get notifications for e-mails I know are there and unread.
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I am using a Verizon Droid.. I was reading in an article that this OS is rapidly approaching the pitfall of Window Mobile apparently there is no standard android OS... it is tweaked for each phone and this results it different characteristics between phones and is thought highly possible to get worse quickly
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