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Email deleted off server after contacts syncronization

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I have been using my SPV to collect my work email, and it has been leaving the email on the server too, so when i get back to work i just hit send/receive and all my email comes down even the ones i read on my SPV. This is great and exactley how i want it to work!

Trouble is yesturday i sync with outlook JUST to sync my contacts, now if i receive an email and i get it on my phone before i get to my PC it seems to delete it off the server so i dont receive it again when i get to work!

This is absolutley no good at all, and does any one know how i can leave the emails on the server so i still get them from my work PC?

Oh and also, anyone know how to return to a normal profile in the middle of a call when you have the speaker phone on?

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think there was something about deleting them from your deleted items folder on your phone. If they are in there ActiveSync assumes you want them deleted.

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Why not just have activesync sychronising calendar appointments...

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Why not just have activesync sychronising calendar appointments...

Whats that got to do with anything? :D

All i want is for my email to stay on the server, i'm not gonna be syncing anything again, as i dont need to.

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Oh and also, anyone know how to return to a normal profile in the middle of a call when you have the speaker phone on?

I pressed and held the same button I used to activate it for about 3secs or so.

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If you delete from the phone, then they get deleted off the server. Don't ask me why. Please raise your objection on the ms smartphone newsgroup. I have done this but it seems to have fallen on deaf ears.

I don't delete them from the phone anymore. Apparently it only stores 3 days worth of messages anyway.

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^ i heard that also, but it can't be true as i have deleted them off the phone before and they still have come thorugh on my normal work computer.

This only started happening after i sync my contacts, this was a one off sync as well!

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