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What is third-party downloaded

I noticed something is weird in the properties of email I sent. In
Action column, it shows third-party downloaded.

Does anyone know what it means?

Thank you!
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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: What is third-party downloaded

April wrote:

> I noticed something is weird in the properties of email I sent. In Action
> column, it shows third-party downloaded.


This means that something like GMS, Datasync Mobility, IMAP, etc. has downloaded
the item either to a wireless device or an IMAP client, etc.

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jgosney
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Re: What is third-party downloaded

Danita (and others),

We've had this questiion come up from users as well. In our stores, they use webmail to access their Groupwise and on their regiisters, we have an imap-based notifier to inform them of the number of new messages. Note that this notifier does not open groupwise or read messages -- it just displays a number.
Yet sometimes when a user sends a message to a store, sometimes the status shows as "third-party downloaded" and sometimes it doesn't. Is there anything in webmail itself that would trigger a 3rd party status? The folks at the stores don't use blackberrys or GMS or datasync to get the mail on their phones.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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jgosney <jgosney@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:
> Danita (and others),
>
> We've had this questiion come up from users as well. In our stores,
> they use webmail to access their Groupwise and on their regiisters, we
> have an imap-based notifier to inform them of the number of new
> messages. Note that this notifier does not open groupwise or read
> messages -- it just displays a number.
> Yet sometimes when a user sends a message to a store, sometimes the
> status shows as "third-party downloaded" and sometimes it doesn't. *Is
> there anything in webmail itself that would trigger a 3rd party status?
> * The folks at the stores don't use blackberrys or GMS or datasync to
> get the mail on their phones.
>


No there is nothing in web access that causes this. It is only external
processes and GMS/datasync. Anything using SOAP/IMAO/POP is included in
that "external".

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