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  1. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member
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    Hello,
    I am having issues with my POP3 account.
    I receive the emails, read them, delete them to the trash and when I choose to check for more messages my emails that I already deleted reappear in the inbox.

    Called Verizon and they told me to take the check out of the box for leave on server.
    Thats stupid!
    I never unchecked that because I have my home PC hat I want my emails to download to.
    Also my iPhone, Storm, P990i didn't have this issue.

    Is there anything I might be missing?
    Now I have triples of my emails in the trash folder and Ive tried to delete them out of the trash folder but they just get re-downloaded to the inbox!!!

    One thing this has taught me is that I need a delete all app...
    Checking off all my over 300 emails everyday is driving me nutz!

    Anyone know of a app that will delete all?

    Id be GRATEFUL for any help with th is.
    Oh and I have already removed the POP3 account and recreated it with no change to my issue.

    Thanks
     

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  2. bthoward

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    Go grab the K9Mail program and give that a try...
     
  3. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member
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    Heard of it and saw mixed reviews.
    You using it?
    Is it a client that blows the default away?
    I just hate to install and use so much memory up for app's that should work out of the box.

    I am using Handcent now over the SMS default now because it offers SO much in feature rich options.


    Thanks
     
  4. Barbara

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    I have one pop3 account set up in K9 mail (RoadRunner account). I have not had any issues like that. The only problem that I have (and it's not really a problem for me but it might be for other people) is that if I check the account on my computer through Outlook, it removes all of the inbox messages from my phone because it pulls them from the server to my computer.
     
  5. n0m0n

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    You probably know this but check the leave on server box in Outlook, and they will stay on the device.


    Thanks
     
  6. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member
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    whats a RoadRunner account?

    Thanks
     
  7. Barbara

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    Time Warner Cable/Internet/Phone. Road Runner is what they call their internet service.
     
  8. n0m0n

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    Thanks
    The other issue I was hoping to satisfy is the ability to delete more than 1 at a time.
    Cant believe theres no delete all or the ability to check multiple messages.
    Does K9 offer that?

    Thanks again
     
  9. Barbara

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    That function is sort of a help for me because I never have to try to delete something from my phone. It's a heck of a lot easier to mass delete in Outlook. If there were some rare message that I wanted to keep on the phone, I would just forward it to one of the other two accounts. (My pop3 account gets mostly junk and jokes.) But I definitely appreciate the tip! It may well help out someone else who is here looking for information on pop3 accounts.
     
  10. odiej34

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    I am really getting tired of doing the same thing. I am on my 3rd Droid and it's still doing the same thing, just wont delete my email. I hope they can fix this or I'm going to take it back to verizon when something better comes along.
     

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