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Topic # 9014 14-Aug-2006 01:26
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Dear Sirs,

Please kindly advise of the solutions to my problem.

I'm using DOPOD 838 WM 5.0. I setup it so it checks the email via POP3 to my Gmail account. In Gmail, I setup it to keep the emails in Gmail's inbox and download all emails.

The problem is I can get the email all right, all emails shows in my gmail inbox (on the phone), then right away, I clicked the send/receive again, this time it is like a ghost, all emails disappear.

What I had to do is to get into gmail accont via desktop and click it (in POP3 setting) to send all emails again.

And the same thing happens again, the emails disaapear. Why?

I was told once that it has something to do with the setting on the phone that it show only the past x days. I ticked this option and put it 12 days, but still the disappearing problem still persists. So, I "unticked" it, this time even worse, no email comes at all.

Please note that everytime the email got download (via POP3) to the phone's gmail inbox, I had to go to gmail setting (via desktop) to tick it to pop all emails again before I tested the other configuration on the phone.

Please advise... I'm so desperate!!!

Thank you so much.


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  Reply # 43875 14-Aug-2006 07:59
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Isnt there a setting on Gmail that once downloaded they are removed from their server.
So check the gmail settings themselves.
I recall seing a tickbox on their system

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