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  1. eKeith's Avatar
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    Marc,

    Please correct me if I am wrong.
    It appears that Chatter is sycing the POP Inbox instead of downloading previously "unPOPed" emails. That is, a deletion of an email in Chatter's POP Inbox is propogated back to the server's inbox on the next Qsync.

    Is it possible to have Chatter's Qsync only one-way?
    That is, to have it only download new emails (for offline use) rather than propogate the deletion back to the server?

    Thanks,
    Keith
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    No, there's no way to do that in Chatter. Sync'ing is the model I use for POP3; I understand that this isn't necessarily what people expect, though.

    Marc
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    The solution is to allow creation of folders for POP users. This way, we could move emails we don't want deleted out of the Inbox to avoid clutter. The, later, when we download our POP email to out desk/lap tops, the emails would be cleared from Chatter.
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    And that's on my list...

    Marc
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    Marc, thanks for your feedback.
    delao13, thanks for contributing... good idea!
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