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    1 email 2 phones?

    Can you have 1 email address going to 2 different blackberries without messing anything up?


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    If it isn't an email linked to the phone specifically. For example, if it is not test@att.blackberry.net and is instead a common AOL or work email, then it should work without problems. I'm not 100% sure on this however, so if you can, wait for someone else to confirm this..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmyShine View Post
    If it isn't an email linked to the phone specifically. For example, if it is not test@att.blackberry.net and is instead a common AOL or work email, then it should work without problems. I'm not 100% sure on this however, so if you can, wait for someone else to confirm this..
    I'm thinkin that myself, just wanted confirmation. I wonder if it will goto one phone sometime, like which ever pushes first, and the other on other occasions. Always wondered this
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    The email should (emphasize on should) go to everywhere it's directed towards. When you open it, everywhere else however won't mark it as opened. But, each phone will get the email I'm sure.

    I am very positive however that this doesn't work for emails created by the service provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmyShine View Post
    The email should (emphasize on should) go to everywhere it's directed towards. When you open it, everywhere else however won't mark it as opened. But, each phone will get the email I'm sure.

    I am very positive however that this doesn't work for emails created by the service provider.
    gotcha, thanks
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    I have this working as of right now. If both phones are set to the same primary email then the action done on one will occur on the other. For example...test@whatever.com is set as the primary email on both phones, when a message is read on one, the other phone will also show it as read once the auto sync is done.
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    This works with GMail too. I have two devices both getting the same email, even though it is a secondary acct on both. The 2 way sync eventually puts the phones in sync with the one account.

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