- 01-09-2010, 04:52 AM #2
I had that from time to time also. I found that, until you delete the messages from the server (as in open them your email app on your PC) they will continue. What I did was to simply forward all my pop accounts (personal and business) to my gmail account. Aside from taking care of the problem, I also get instant push email on all my accounts, through gmail.
- 01-09-2010, 12:58 PM #4
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- 01-09-2010, 06:48 PM #8
I did it the other way. I got my Tesco email account to forward to my gmail account.
Either way works, but some may find one method more effective than the other.
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- 01-10-2010, 07:54 AM #9
This has happened to me, and I *think* I solved the problem without forwarding to gmail, etc.
First, I don't delete from the server from my Droid, only from the device. When I receive a POP3 email I let it sit in the inbox for a couple of hours before deleting. It may be my imagination, but immediately deleting an email when I first open it seems to make it more likely that it will return to my inbox. I delete emails from the server from my PC on a regular basis.
Since I started doing this, I haven't had the problem of deleted emails reappearing.
- 01-10-2010, 10:25 AM #10
One of the major reasons that I use gmail as a hub for all of my mail accounts is that gmail's spam catcher is absolutely excellent. My ISP's mail server does not filter at all, and over 75% of the mail that we get at that account is junk. Using gmail on a mobile device makes it far more likely that when I get an email notification on my phone, it is an email that I at least care about seeing the subject line.