The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy:

Blackberry Enterprise Server

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August 23, 2012  1:31 PM

BlackBerry 10 and the Snapdragon S4 Pro Processor



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry 10 release date, Blackberry Enterprise Server, Blackberry Messenger

So rumors abound, it looks like the newest BlackBerry 10 phones will be powered by the Qualcomm's S4 Pro MSM8960T processor clocked at ~1.7 Ghz, this processor is a step up or the big brother to the processor found in the HTC One XL and ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity, so we will have some serious...

December 1, 2011  1:53 PM

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion (BES)



Posted by: Nathan Simon
ActiveSync, android, Apple, BES, BES 5.0.3, Blackberry Enterprise Server, BlackBerry Torch, free PlayBook, iPhone 4s, microsoft, Samsung Galaxy Tab

This is something I am very excited about. Enterprise Integration for all smartphones. Were did BlackBerry pull this out from?! I had no idea they were even planning something like this. Here is an insert.

The simplest answer is that Mobile Fusion is a Mobile Device Management(MDM)...


September 2, 2009  12:11 AM

Blackberry Curve 8900 Duplicate Emails



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BES, BlackBerry, blackberry duplicate emails, Blackberry Enterprise Server, curve, Curve 8900, desktop sync, duplicate emails, service book, service books

In the last few days I was getting duplicate emails on my phone, not every email mind you, and there was no pattern, it just seemed like sometimes I would get an email twice. I have an account on Blackberry Enterprise Server from work. Well I used my past experience with Service Books to resolve my...


May 21, 2009  12:52 PM

BlackBerry Calendar Sync Issues



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BES, BlackBerry, Blackberry Enterprise Server, Calendar sync, calendar sync issues, Curve 8830, Desktop [CICAL]

Here is a quick fix that I use from time to time when my calendar stops syncing on my BlackBerry Curve 8830 to BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server). 1.) Go to Options 2.) Advanced Options 3.) Service Book 4.) Desktop [CICAL]; now once you have this highlighted, hit the "BlackBerry Button"...


May 7, 2009  5:28 AM

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BES, Blackberry Enterprise Server, Curve 8830, Curve 8900, google support

BES 5.0 has been out for a couple days now, bringing along with it centralized management over applications allowed and disallowed, high-availability(allowing it to fail over to a stand by server), remote file access, enhanced calendar functionality. and a few new features that you can check out


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