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MBe9477

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Hello @ all,

Hope you can give me a hint...

If I delete email on my iPhone (active sync) from the trash folder, they don't disappear from Mac Mail trash folder.
When I am back to the office, I have to delete them once again.

How can this be solved???

Cheers...
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paduser

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Maybe the mac or iPhone uses a local folder to save the trash. Have you checked that?
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MBe9477

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Sure... Wink
The thing is, if the iPhone would use a local folder, these emails would not appear on Mac Mail.
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paduser

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Just found this in release notes of 9.0.1

Deleting messages from the Trash folder on a device also deletes them on the server.

If you don't use the newest version maybe this could solve your problem.
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MBe9477

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Thank you! I've just updated to 9.0.1 and will see if this is the solution Wink
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