Billions of Unread Emails

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by infinitethrill, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. infinitethrill macrumors regular

    infinitethrill

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    When I scroll down to the bottom of my inbox, where it says click to download 25 more emails, sometimes it says I have Billions of emails to download, and if I click download it goes away and if I go back a screen and come back it goes away...

    It happens in my Gmail account and my Adelphia account, so its not their server screwing up, it must be on the iPhone side...

    Its not really a problem, Its pretty funny when it happens, but do any of you know why this is happening? Im just curious :p
     
  2. Tallest Skil macrumors P6

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    YES! WOOT! I LOVE that error! I get it occasionally, too! I'm all like, "Hey, guys. I told you I was popular..." :p It'll get fixed soon. Keep your pants on and relish in your newfound popularity.

    Namaste,
    Skil

    Edit: I have it now. It's 234,569,205,143 e-mails. None of which are spam...
     
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  4. infinitethrill thread starter macrumors regular

    infinitethrill

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    I luckily had a camera when it happened, and I jumped for it and JUST got it in time!
     

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  5. EricBrian macrumors 6502a

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    I filed a bug report and got an email back... they said it is a known issue.
     
  6. oseary macrumors member

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    Has anyone received the calendar alert bug? It has happened to me only a couple of times with items in the distant future (like two months from now), and on subscribed-to calendars, like football schedules (in my case, it was for Mizzou foosbawl).

    If an alert is scheduled to occur on that day to (duh) remind you of it, and say the event is 60 days from now... Instead of the alert area saying, "15 minutes before," or whatever you set it to, it would show (example number) 1,234,567 minutes before.

    Kinda funny, but a bit odd. lol
     
  7. infinitethrill thread starter macrumors regular

    infinitethrill

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    This time, I had my Mac and iPhone next to me at the same time, and I got a screenshot!

    Enjoy :p
     

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