Update: Actually there doesn't appear to be an option in Google to "leave email" ... What I experience is that when I delete email on my phone (using Yahoo), THE EMAIL STILL REMAINS IN THE trash FOLDER of YAHOO .... so if you go to your YAHOO email account ONLINE (mail.yahoo.com), you'll still see all the emails in the TRASH folder. You can move them to other folders as you so desire.
Does that help?
I do not see it as a trick question. I use mine for business and use an exchange server.
It looks like we do not have the option of picking where we want to delete the mail like on a blackberry which ask "if you want to delete on handheld, or handheld and server". This is a very important option to have for business users...otherwise I'd have literally thousands of e-mails on my phone.
Yeah, my other 2 pop3 accounts are just as you described. It's my Corp Sync account that I am referring to. It's a known problem. The company uses Outlook. No issues on setup. It's doing as programmed. The feature was not put in, but hopefully will be for business uses in the future...
Thank you Community Members for posting troubleshooting tips. To piggy back on this response, and if you want a Corporate Exchange account to sync with your device, you will need the $44.99 data plan for this access. Once this feature is added, your company will then setup your permissions to allow your Corporate emails to be pushed out off of their network. If you don't have the $44.99 data feature in place, and if you are the Account Owner, you can update your features online by signing in to your "My Verizon" account using your Account Owner Number and password and do the following:
1. Click on “Change Features” icon located under “Plans” in the “I Want To” section at the bottom of your home page.
2. Add/Remove applicable features and choose effective date.
I hope this helps and enjoy the day!