1. thorstenpleasefixit's Avatar
    just got caught out by this (missed a really important email) and discovered:

    if you set the display format for your emails in the Hub to 'conversation style' (so that messages on the same thread are grouped - very helpful) but a folder which one of the messages is in is not set to be synced, then fresh inbox replies to that chain (in a folder that is set to be synced i.e. Inbox) won't get shown to you in the Hub. They do get downloaded to the device, but you have to search for them.

    It transpires that /GOOGLEMAIL/SENT ITEMS is a sub folder that's affected by this. What does this mean?

    It means any chain you reply to using your Blackberry, subsequent replies to that message will not be displayed in the Hub.

    "Solution" is to disable 'conversation style' for thread display.
    anklelockred and jakie55 like this.
    02-04-13 01:36 PM
  2. sandmanfvr's Avatar
    I found this an issue on many smart phone os's and always opt out of conversation threads. It is more emails to look at but you won't miss them. Good call
    02-04-13 01:55 PM
  3. knowledge_6's Avatar
    i hate conversation mode anyway.. i miss them much more then when conversation is turned off..

    i hated the fact that i couldn't turn off conversation on my Nexus 4 and S3!
    02-04-13 02:25 PM
  4. thorstenpleasefixit's Avatar
    i hate conversation mode anyway.. i miss them much more then when conversation is turned off..

    i hated the fact that i couldn't turn off conversation on my Nexus 4 and S3!
    don't you notice that emails are "unread" in the conversation folders?
    02-04-13 02:32 PM
  5. knowledge_6's Avatar
    don't you notice that emails are "unread" in the conversation folders?
    not sure cause i turn conversation mode off.... maybe i am not understanding your question!?
    02-04-13 03:00 PM
  6. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    i hate conversation mode anyway.. i miss them much more then when conversation is turned off..

    i hated the fact that i couldn't turn off conversation on my Nexus 4 and S3!
    Couldn't they be turned of from Gmail itself via web portal?
    02-04-13 03:20 PM
  7. thorstenpleasefixit's Avatar
    guys - if email is CRITICAL to you there's another bug (that I haven't experienced first hand) which could leave you exposed to missing important messages. Details over at the official forum.
    02-05-13 03:30 AM
  8. knowledge_6's Avatar
    Couldn't they be turned of from Gmail itself via web portal?
    you can, but it doesn't change your device settings..
    02-05-13 09:45 AM

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