dot comma forwards also spam messagesI use a rule with !COPY! as last 
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Dave Doherty" <>
Sent 1/2/2009 6:29:18 PM
Subject: Re: [IMail Forum] Smart PhonesI have a BlackBerry, and several 
customers with them.  I enter dot comma
(ie: ., in the user's forwarding field.  It
keeps a copy on the server for downloading to the user's desktop, and sends
a copy along to the BB.
I have my BB set up to copy my address on all replies I send from the unit.
That way, I get an extra copy on the BB, but I also get a copy of everything
I send from the BB on my desktop.  It works really well once you shut off
all the receipts that BB sends by default.
I'm extremely happy with fairly simple setup, and it has been working
-Dave Doherty
Skywaves Consulting LLC
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeffery Rehm" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2009 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: [IMail Forum] Smart Phones
> I have Blackberry users and I have a rule that sends a copy of any emails
> that haven't been flagged as spam to the user's BB email address. Works
> great and doesn't require the user to do any thinking (the source of many
> of my problems).
> Todd Richards wrote:
>> Thanks everyone for your responses. Its odd, and funny at the same time,
>> that some of my less-technical end-users are getting more techie than I
>> am. Thats what happens they are taken by a Storm. On the other hand, I
>> AM techie enough that dont want to get my email everywhere!
>> I have a few users who are set up to leave a copy on the server. Its
>> been working ok, but I wasnt sure whether that was the best way to do
>> it, or to use IMAP. I have only suggested IMAP to a few people as, like
>> others say, you get several people with a few GB and suddenly you can run
>> out of room. So I think I will use the leave on server method as
>> several suggested and be done with it.
>> I also understand that Verizon has a sync method which I have heard is
>> good. Unfortunately, a lot of these people are using laptops too, and
>> want their phone set up as a convenience. So their mail client wouldnt
>> always be on.
>> Thanks again for your feedback!!!
>> Todd
>> *From:*
>> [] *On Behalf Of *Bill Foresman
>> *Sent:* Thursday, December 18, 2008 12:23 PM
>> *To:*
>> *Subject:* [IMail Forum] Smart Phones
>> We recommend everyone leave messages for 10 days on all devices so
>> everything goes everywhere. IMAP is nice but when your users are sucking
>> up 2+ GB's of space each you run out of storage pretty quickly.
>> Bill
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