1. paa79594's Avatar
    Interesting question for you guys,
    I'm running my gmail account on my Mac, and I've got the push services thru my Storm. Whenever I begin to write a new message via my Mac, I receive a new email on my storm, with about half of the written message. I never even hit send inside of my computer. Why would this happen?
    11-25-08 08:07 PM
  2. Clover86's Avatar
    Its probably saving a draft. Gmail doesn't know the difference between things you receive and things you send. It handles everything as a conversation. Set a filter on your phone so that you don't receive email that are sent from your email address. Don't know if it will work, but hey im trying.
    11-25-08 08:09 PM
  3. wreckz619's Avatar
    Yea, it has to do with the way that gmail auto saves while typing emails. There maybe an option in gmail to change that.
    11-25-08 08:20 PM
  4. paa79594's Avatar
    Thanks guys. That was an easy fix, I turned off the "store drafts messages on the server" option.

    What about the fact that my Storm receives the email so fast but my Mac doesn't, and even though I've read it on my Storm, my Mac think its' unread. Is that normal?
    11-25-08 08:29 PM