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  1. gme109

    gme109 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hours later and almost out of power (started out with 75%), I turned the phone off. The email I received had 29 attachments and was 1.9 MB in size, and it loaded fairly quickly. But when I tried to forward it, I gave up after letting it grind away for a few hours. Couldn't figure out how to cancel an out going email, so I turned the phone off, and back on again. That stopped it from forwarding and placed it in the out box. I guess upload speeds with 3G really do suck. I can't wait for 4G.

    Oops, just noticed I posted this in the wrong forum. Probably should be in support or general discussion.

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    Turning the phone on and off did not stop it from trying to forward. Need help trying to figure out how to stop an out going email.

    Thanks
     

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    <=U=L=T=R=A=> Well-Known Member

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    Hit cancel :D
     
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    gme109 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I canceled the email in the out going box, but that didn't stop it.
     
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    Othan1 Well-Known Member

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    Can you connect to Wi-Fi and see if that will kick it off faster? I don't know how to stop it but maybe it's getting bogged down with Sprint's data upload cap.

    Is it through gmail? Try logging in on a PC/Mac browser and see if it's in your outbox there. Check under Labels (they don't call them folders).
     
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    gme109 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I did turn on WiFi and that finally pushed it through. Yes I think the Sprint's 3G upload cap bogged it down. 4G should be better. I just need to figure out how to cancel an out going email that gets hung up, before it runs my battery down.
     

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