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Ubi Surfer and webmail via PC


SparkyJack

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One of my flock has a little device called UBI- SURFER From what I can gather it is a sort of cross between a mobile phone and a 'netbook.

She says that when she looks at mail on the device and edits out the unwanted. Then opens her E-mail client she gets all of it including those deleted on the UBI.

Can this be so? As I under stand it the device simply looks at E mail server via a mobile link, therefore all stuff deleted by this means should stay deleted on the server. Or am i missing something here?

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Woolwell

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It depends partly on the ISP eg for Virgin you can have the option of deleting it or keeping it as part of the settings. She is probably using the UBISurfer's e-mail client and it may depend on its settings too.

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SparkyJack

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I ubderstand Woolwell In an Email Client[ Outlook X or Thunderbird- that downloads from the server to the receiver- there is an optio to ratain copy on server ans the option not to. Can this also be so on the UBI ?f

From what I can see the link is straight to server [as in web mail] I don't think there is 'storage' on the UBI - or is there - HMMmm

I am going to look see on Friday I shall bear this in mind

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