Interestingly, this problem started after my company switched to a new email host. We have since switched again, but the problem still persists.
Anyone have any idea what's going on?
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I m sure I m stating the obvious here but have you forwarded the emails received on the blackberry to your outlook email address ? to see what the actuall address is showing up as ?
I have been to lazy to fix it but I have some that send to my blackberry.net address instaed of the outlook address and then I have to forward to my outlook e-mail
Since you have the filter on the mail server, you need to track what is happening to the messages after that. You need to look at the logs on the server to see what is happening. Without access to such information, it is difficult to impossible to determine what is happening.
Edited by Nates, 28 October 2007 - 04:03 PM.
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