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    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to setup my quick buttons back to the way they were before I installed chattermail. The mail button used to quicklink me to my messaging and now it sends me to chattermail. I went into my prefs and changed it back but as soon as I go into chattermail it resets it back to the way chatter has it. Any suggestions?

    -Svence
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    Did you uncheck "Make Chatter Default Email App" in the Chatter System Prefs?
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    Found it. It wasn't "default mail app" it actually said "set mail button to chatter." It was in the prefs in chatter, just had a poke around for it. Thanks for pushing me in the right direction.
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    I'm missing something. I had checked 'Set Treo Email Button to Chatter', and later wanted the button back the way it was so I unchecked that box. But the button still launches Chatter. When I queried the developer about whether unchecking that box should restore the button to what it was set to before it was checked he replied that he didn't think so (so I guess unchecking that box is a no-op *shrug*). Apparently you've found a way to put the button back to what it was doing in pre-Chatter days - gimme a hint? Or did just unchecking that one box get it done for you?
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    You need to do that in the Treo's Prefs application.

    Marc
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    I have a question about Chattermail with a Verizon phone. If I have Chattermail running the arrows stay above the signal all of the time, is it constantly using data? Is there anyway to turn this off and just connect each time I go in to Chattermail?
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    The arrows above the signal (if grey) don't cause any battery drain; there's no reason to worry about it.

    Marc
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    Thanks Marc, if they are grey does it use data?
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    No.

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by livestrong
    Thanks Marc, if they are grey does it use data?
    It just means you're on the Network. Green arrows mean data is being moved.
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