The BBC has been hit by bug in its BlackBerry software that caused the service to copy fragments of other people's emails into messages.
Research in Motion confirmed to vnunet.com that the problem is caused by a bug in its BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.02.
The bug could turn out to be a painful mistake by RIM. The company is facing increased competition from Good and Microsoft in delivering email to portable devices. While RIM has gained user loyalty with its robust and proven service, messing up email delivery could quickly kill that image.
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