1. BLOOD_MONEY's Avatar
    What does reconcile now mean I have used it but haven't seen anything happen?????
    02-24-09 07:03 PM
  2. dcruz1040's Avatar
    Lol I've seen that too and every time I see it I think of my accounting professor that would say we have to reconcile the info or something. It was last term lol

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    02-24-09 07:34 PM
  3. mrbones's Avatar
    I would assume it has something to do with comparing what's in your phone to what's actually in your mailbox. Checking the server for sent/received mail.

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    02-24-09 07:37 PM
  4. Sweetie_Darling's Avatar
    I think Mr Bones is right

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    02-24-09 07:38 PM
  5. BLOOD_MONEY's Avatar
    That sounds right thanks guys it was driving me crazy lol
    02-24-09 07:43 PM
  6. YorkshirePudding's Avatar
    From the Blackberry website:


    Email messages that you open or delete on your BlackBerry device might be marked automatically as opened or marked automatically as deleted in your integrated email account. Generally, changes that you make to email messages in your integrated email account are not reflected on your device.

    If you add an email address to the BlackBerry Internet Service and delete an email message from your email account inbox, the change is reflected on your device. If you turn off wireless email reconciliation on your device, deleted email messages do not synchronize between your device and your integrated email account.

    If you have a Microsoft Exchange work email account, an IMAP personal email account, or an MSN Hotmail email account, email messages that you send from your device are copied to the sent items folder in your email account. Likewise, email messages that you delete are copied to the deleted items folder (except for MSN Hotmail).

    Note: Depending on your type of integrated email account or email account setup, wireless email reconciliation might not be available for your device.
    If you have a work email account that uses Microsoft Outlook Web Access version 5.5, email messages that you send from your device are not copied to the sent items folder in your email account.

    Depending on your wireless service provider, wireless email reconciliation for the sent items folder on your device might not be available for your MSN Hotmail email account.
    02-24-09 07:51 PM
  7. RLP06's Avatar
    I don't think it actually works, its never worked from me, from the 8700 to the 8800 to the 8310
    02-24-09 08:12 PM
  8. e-mishka's Avatar
    I think you have to have BES setup in order for that to work

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    02-24-09 11:09 PM
  9. tracksforhire's Avatar
    I think you have to have BES setup in order for that to work

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    yea i think this is for bes
    02-24-09 11:21 PM
  10. aristile's Avatar
    I thought it was just for BES too but I just found out that your BIS provider does have the option to support this feature:

    Prerequisites: Wireless email reconciliation
    02-24-09 11:33 PM
  11. Devil's Avatar
    I thought it was just for BES too but I just found out that your BIS provider does have the option to support this feature:

    Prerequisites: Wireless email reconciliation
    Would my BIS provider be Hotmail, if I'm using it to try my MSN.com email? Because that sh*t never works!
    08-11-09 11:26 PM
  12. aristile's Avatar
    You BIS provider is your cell phone company.
    08-11-09 11:36 PM
  13. justlovejoy's Avatar
    I have used it once or twice just cause I was expecting emails but was getting choppy signal strength. Now your bis provider would be your network. Your email addy goes through it when set up. I don't have msn account but what comes after your @ symbol when you email someone?

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    08-11-09 11:42 PM
  14. propaneman_626's Avatar
    wow....its kind of one of those things that is said in a loud booming voice "NOW YOU KNOW".....X)
    08-11-09 11:44 PM
  15. losemygrip's Avatar
    Hey, I'm new, but I thought I'd tell you how this feature was working for me.

    With my Gmail account when I click "Reconcile now," all the email messages on my BB that I have deleted (and indicated "Delete on mailbox and handheld") are then deleted from my Gmail account. I know--I've watched it happen. It takes about 5 seconds. But it's a one-way reconcile. When you delete from Gmail, it doesn't affect the BB, which is a pain because you have to go through and clean out your email individually.

    It doesn't seem to be working quite the same with my work email, but I think it DID delete some things. Gotta do more research on that.
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    08-16-09 10:11 PM
  16. nightowlgal's Avatar
    I just talked to a support specialist at Rim for reconciliation problems I'm having, and he said that the Reconcile Now will update my computer by deleting any messages that I deleted on my Blackberry, but it won't work in reverse. It won't update my Blackberry to reflect messages that I deleted on my computer. This applies to users on BIS -- I don't think it applies to BES but I don't know for sure.
    09-01-09 12:10 AM
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