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Old 27-10-2004, 13:25   #1
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Deleted emails keeps coming back !

Hi all

I having a problem deleting emails.......keep deleting them and then delete from deleted items but each time I check for new email they keep coming back and I am unable to send or receive any others. I am on a different PC using wandadoo !

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Old 27-10-2004, 13:29   #2
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Re: Deleted emails keeps coming back !

When you say they keep coming back do you mean the download again when you conect to your ISP?

If so are you sure you are letting you email tool complete the download and is it set so that the emails are delted when downloaded. I know on some email software you can set it to download the email but leave a copy of the messages on the server
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Re: Deleted emails keeps coming back !

gary is quite right with what he is saying. It's better sometimes just to log onto the web-based server and delete the mail from there when you get rogue mails, then check your client settings.
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Old 27-10-2004, 14:04   #4
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gary is quite right with what he is saying. It's better sometimes just to log onto the web-based server and delete the mail from there when you get rogue mails, then check your client settings.
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Re: Deleted emails keeps coming back !

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When you say they keep coming back do you mean the download again when you conect to your ISP?

If so are you sure you are letting you email tool complete the download and is it set so that the emails are delted when downloaded. I know on some email software you can set it to download the email but leave a copy of the messages on the server
Like Outlook Express or Outlook for example
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I have an AOL account and was having the same problem with deleted emails on my Droid Mike. I would delete them and when the Droid downloaded more/new messages the deleted ones would come back. I finely found out that if you go to settings > Accounts & sync and turn off Sync on G mail you will not get the deleted ones back when you load more messages. Hope this helps.

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I have an AOL account and was having the same problem with deleted emails on my Droid Mike. I would delete them and when the Droid downloaded more/new messages the deleted ones would come back. I finely found out that if you go to settings > Accounts & sync and turn off Sync on G mail you will not get the deleted ones back when you load more messages. Hope this helps.

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