3497 E-Mails

Ever since getting the blackberry I stopped checking the emails on my laptop.. and they kept piling up :)


This entry was posted on Friday, October 23rd, 2009 at 2:28 pm

14 Responses to “3497 E-Mails”

  1. khalid says:

    you can delete them from the blackberry and it will be deleted from your inbox ;p


  2. 1001Nights says:

    They’re probably mostly spam or forwards 😛


  3. Zuno says:

    see if u had an iphone.. when u open the emails on ur phone theyd be opened in ur laptop too!

    thats one of the many reasons iphone is better! :p


  4. mimi says:

    mama aneeesa died????????????/

    why did u delete the post??????

    are you spreading rumours now :s


  5. Yousef says:

    mimi We received a bad information and we deleted it right afterwards. That is the complete opposite of spreading rumors :)


  6. Q8path says:

    The best way is
    to delete them all ….
    I have the same thing last year, but now with Blackberry its much quicker and easier :)


  7. Q8path says:

    Also I have added your blog in my blogroll. Wish the best for your blog.



  8. Q8path says:

    I have added your blog as a blogroll in my blog q8path.com


  9. Wa6n_3Mri says:

    pishshsh! And I thought my 446 un-checked emails were ALOT! @@ lool


  10. Abid says:

    Ummm… get IMAP. Who uses POP these days????


  11. Kwak says:

    Zuno, I have a blackberry and whenever I check emails on it they are marked read on my notebook immediately. The reason why Yousefs’ don’t get marked open is probably because he has a Mac.


  12. Abid says:


    It has nothing to do with mac or pc……. its probably POP vs. IMAP


  13. Yousef says:

    Abid I’m using IMAP, but there is no effect when I mark the emails as “read” on my blackberry on the same emails on my laptop. I don’t know how to solve this problem.


  14. Pretoria says:

    Yousef talk to your service provider they’ll probably be able to help you.


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