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Old 4th October 2005, 22:13   #1
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hello guys,

finally I managed to configure my Gmail account on my Nokia 6600
but now here comes the problem
I have instant email notification on this forum meaning whenever there is any reply to the topic I am debating in I get email telling me about someone posting in that topic along with link to that post

now I don't want to get these messages on my mobile phone, so I want to creat a email filter
similar to if email is from webmaster@team-bhp.com do not download mail from server

is there any way to do it?
thank you in advanced
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I dont think it is possible on nokia 6600 or any other mobiles until now as they dont have an advanced email filters like outlook or outlook express.
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You can't create a filter on 6600, but you can do the same on Gmail. Try creating a filter on Gmail which will put the TBHP alerts into a seperate folder. Since your phone will be downloading messages which are only in the INBOX, you'll stop getting these alerts...

Give it a shot...

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great idea but I think the phone gets the emails from the servers and not from the mailbox.

still try it and let us know.
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You can't create a filter on 6600, but you can do the same on Gmail. Try creating a filter on Gmail which will put the TBHP alerts into a seperate folder. Since your phone will be downloading messages which are only in the INBOX, you'll stop getting these alerts...

Give it a shot...

Cheers!!!
That should work, since the email client only downloads messages in the INBOX.

Let us know...
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You can't create a filter on 6600, but you can do the same on Gmail. Try creating a filter on Gmail which will put the TBHP alerts into a seperate folder. Since your phone will be downloading messages which are only in the INBOX, you'll stop getting these alerts...

Give it a shot...

Cheers!!!
thank you all for your help

but here is where problem comes

GMAIL doesn't have folders
instead Gmail uses "Lables" meaning your all emails remain in Inbox & you can apply multiple lables to it

e.g. I can put lables "TeamBHP alert" & "auto related" to the email alert from teamBHP & when I search for any one of the options I will get this mail.
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thank you all for your help

but here is where problem comes

GMAIL doesn't have folders
instead Gmail uses "Lables" meaning your all emails remain in Inbox & you can apply multiple lables to it

e.g. I can put lables "TeamBHP alert" & "auto related" to the email alert from teamBHP & when I search for any one of the options I will get this mail.
Gmail has an option wherein you can set a filter to archive the TBHP alerts directly and they would not be stored in the INBOX. Check it out....

Cheers!!!
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Gmail has an option wherein you can set a filter to archive the TBHP alerts directly and they would not be stored in the INBOX. Check it out....

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already tried not working

i have found temporary solution
from message download choose "selected" option so only headers are downloaded & then clicking on individual mails will download the mail
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already tried not working

i have found temporary solution
from message download choose "selected" option so only headers are downloaded & then clicking on individual mails will download the mail
That's good. You can also try third party email clients for the 6600. They might have better features than the built-in email client.
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