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  1. bryan_05's Avatar
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    Anyone else have the problem where they read a message on their phone, then it doesn't show as read when you login to your email?

    I can prevent this by hitting refresh on the phone, but that's kind of a pain.
  2. MojoHand69's Avatar
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    Are you only synching email. I am hoping to sync my contacts and calendar as well.
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    I have no problems with my gmail...
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    Not working for me either unless I manually refresh each folder, one at a time, on the Lumia 920. Hopefully they'll get with Google and sort this out at some point soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MojoHand69 View Post
    Are you only synching email. I am hoping to sync my contacts and calendar as well.
    Syncing calendar and contacts worked flawlessly.

    I fiddled with it a bit and it seems like there just a 5-10 minute delay between reading on 920 and showing read in gmail. Y! is a whole different disaster.
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    This is expected behaviour on the version of ActiveSync Google supports.

    Not saying it is good or right, but it is just how it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimboJones2268 View Post
    This is expected behaviour on the version of ActiveSync Google supports.

    Not saying it is good or right, but it is just how it is.
    Are you saying this is isolated to Google? Or is Outlook.com the same?

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