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  1. LittleLisa22's Avatar
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    I was told by someone that they "pocket emailed" me. That seems like it would be really hard to do on accident. The email only had one letter in the subject and also in the body of the email, but still. That seems weird to me. Is that even possible?
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    Highly unlikely
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    Well, my 9810 has in the past downloaded, installed, and ran an app in my pocket, so I wouldn't call it impossible!
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    This was sent from the work email tied to his Blackberry. Is it possible to determine if an email is sent from a BB as opposed to the computer it is tied to? Does an email sent from a BB always identify it as "sent from my Blckberry" or is that an option? Thanks.
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    Any e-mails I send from my BlackBerry have a checkmark next to them in the Messages app, rather than the usual envelope icon.
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    Default Pocket email???

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLisa22 View Post
    This was sent from the work email tied to his Blackberry. Is it possible to determine if an email is sent from a BB as opposed to the computer it is tied to? Does an email sent from a BB always identify it as "sent from my Blckberry" or is that an option? Thanks.
    It's an option. You could dig through the mail header to find an ip address and see if its a home or cell provider Ip...if you're really concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyEvul View Post
    Any e-mails I send from my BlackBerry have a checkmark next to them in the Messages app, rather than the usual envelope icon.
    It was sent to my Gmail account. They all look the same. I can look at the phone and see if he has that icon. Thanks for the tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeo007 View Post
    It's an option. You could dig through the mail header to find an ip address and see if its a home or cell provider Ip...if you're really concerned.
    Thanks. I am not seeing the IP address on the header but Gmail seems to over simplify things. I'll see if I can't turn up the IP addess. And yes, I am very concerned. Thank you for your help.
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    Gmail doesn't show originating ip header. So, if email was sent from Gmail - you won't be able to find source.
    If email was sent from work account, view header, and look for "originating" ip header. And then look up that ip-address. You could simply view advanced headers and paste them here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrysaurora View Post
    Gmail doesn't show originating ip header. So, if email was sent from Gmail - you won't be able to find source.
    If email was sent from work account, view header, and look for "originating" ip header. And then look up that ip-address. You could simply view advanced headers and paste them here:
    Trace Email

    Perfect. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLisa22 View Post
    I was told by someone that they "pocket emailed" me. That seems like it would be really hard to do on accident. The email only had one letter in the subject and also in the body of the email, but still. That seems weird to me. Is that even possible?
    My BB9700 has pocket emailed, pocked dialed, and even pocket tweeted people. I just keep it in my left pocket unholstered and without a case, and I think sometimes when I put it in my pocket I accidentally unlock it as well. So yes, it's definitely possible.
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    Thanks Pantlesspenguin. That is good to hear and a little funny. Probably a good thing you don't Instagram then.
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    Is this someone you are dating and you are concered about mind games? Otherwise don't think its a big deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bold_until_Hybrid_Comes View Post
    Is this someone you are dating and you are concered about mind games? Otherwise don't think its a big deal
    It is - my spouse actually. There have been some highly questionable things going on that he can't explain. You're right, otherwise, I wouldn't even worry about it.
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    To unknowingly email someone from your blackberry or email device, while it is is your pocket, purse, or manbag. Similar to pocket-call.

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