Blackberry read messages not updating

After synchronizing the Black Berry® device, email messages deleted on the Black Berry device are not deleted from the Microsoft® Outlook® Inbox.

- Block - You always have ability to prevent someone from sending you messages or invites.- Timer - Send photos and messages that disappear.- Retract - Take back that photo or message that you wish you hadn’t sent.*- Glympse - Share your location – with a time limit.- Private Chats – Safe from screenshots & prying eyes! - Set your avatar using images, pictures or even animated pictures (GIFs)- Update your status to let people know what you’re up to or how you feel- Post photos for all your friends to see- Subscribe to BBM Channels that interest you, see posts from those channels in your feeds- Create your own channel and build your subscribers to share your thoughts, ideas and passions For more information about BBM, please check out our official website: Note: Data charges may apply.* While these features are designed to remove the message or picture the recipient’s BBM chat view, they do not prevent recipients from capturing an image of the content by taking a screenshot or using an image capture device. When you go to Rewards and take surveys, you earn additional mobile airtime credits at no cost.

This means that for some device a Black Berry server outage will also cause a blackout of e-mail, internet and the ping messaging service.

We recently issued an important update to the Twitter for Black Berry app.

By the end of 2016, the company said it will end support for Black Berry – including Black Berry 10, the company’s latest operating system – along with Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60, Android 2.1 and Android 2.2 and Windows Phone 7.1READ MORE: Whats App drops subscription fee to become entirely free“While these mobile devices have been an important part of our story, they don’t offer the kind of capabilities we need to expand our app’s features in the future,” said the company.

So what do you do if you use Black Berry and rely on Whats App for messaging?


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