Messages showing as being read with POP3

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Hello, This is a question dealing with Exchange 2003 and mobile users. Basicaly what I'm looking for is if there is a way to turn off the fact that when users that get a copy of their mail (from phones or palm devices) via POP3, it changes their mail to a read status. They want to keep the mail on the server and only get a copy of it when they are out. This used to be possible when we were on Groupwise. Is this possible with IMAP? Thanks much! Keith
ASKED: July 29, 2005  1:34 PM
UPDATED: July 30, 2005  11:00 PM

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Hi there,
It all depends on what mobile device u r using, but with with all nokia handsets that supports email there is an actual option to save a copy of the mail on the server!Regardless of pop or imap!

Good luck

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  • Stevesz
    I believe that this is an "as designed" type of thing, and ther is no way to turn it off. I've not found a way to do the same in Exchange 2000 server, but I'll have to admit that I never really looked real hard. Steve//
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