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    how too mark all email read?

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    i get tons of emails for work.... how do i mark all my emails read without reading them?

    i searchdd cydia for a hack nothing my stupid bb has a mark prior read option
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    On a non-JB phone I don't think u can unless there is an App I'm not aware of that does that.

    As for JB phone? I'm not sure. Neo may have some insight about that portion.

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    i dont really deal too much with email so I wouldnt know off the top of my head, to my knowledge I dont think there is any support for it.
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    did some research and it involves running some mysql commands
    http://www.missingbrace.com/2008/11/...-on-iphone-3g/
    I imagine you could do this is terminal on the phone but itcould get really old fast doing this.

    Not too easy but it can be done.
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    I tried and this doesnt seem to be working for me I cant seem to access the filefor some reason when I try to access it it says it cant open???

    yeah if they would make a macro of this command and use a sbsettings toggle that would be pretty cool.
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    I am hoping that Apple makes some improvements in the Mail App in their next update. Seems they have ignored it for some time now and are missing some of the BASIC things that a smartphone should be able to do with mail:
    1- mark multiple messages as read/unread (maybe similar to how you can for filing or deleting)
    2- turn on out of office form the device (for microsoft exchange)
    3- save supported documents (attachments) to device for later viewing
    4- attach item to message from INSIDE of the message

    I am sure there are more, but those are my tops... for now....
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