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I set up a Google+ account by upgrading my Google account a couple of days ago. Since then although I do NOT have a Gmail account, my berry is sending out of office responders to every mail I get on every email account ie work,home and an old semi redundant account. Most strange is that it is the old semi redundant account that is sending out all of the responders.

I have tried everything, although because I do not have Gmail I cannot change auto responder settings.

I have even deleted my Google+ and Google accounts, and cleared all of my caches in both berry and laptop!

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Deleted accounts? On your Blackberry or the actual accounts from Google? Upgrading to Google+ should have had no bearing on your Gmail account. Did you change your password? Are you able to log in to the accounts via a web browser? There really isn't enough information here for us to help you. –  Al E. Apr 2 '13 at 12:37
    
I wonder what would happen if you temporarily deleted the old semi-redundant email account that is sending out all of the responders. Also, you should backup all your emails from this account before you delete it. –  karel Apr 2 '13 at 13:14
    
Thanks for the suggestion Karel. I tried this and the mails then began to flow from my home account (rather than work account) so still eluding me. I have also tried recovering my google account to see if that made any difference but again nothing. Amazing how frustrating having every person you mail getting these crazy messages and not being able to do a thing to stop it that is practical given how I work with a Berry. –  PeterB Apr 3 '13 at 9:14
    
Al, I think you misunderstood the question. I do NOT have a Gmail account at all which is what makes the whole thing so bizarre. I only have a 3 non gmail accounts, one of which is linked to google. Sorry if my question does not have adequate info. I am a user only and not very technically minded and gave what I knew. What other information might be helpful please? –  PeterB Apr 3 '13 at 9:31
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