Please don’t multi-post … just reply back to your original post with more details. Cross-reference to other part of this thread: http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/blackberry-and-exchange D.
View Answer | July 5, 2008 1:23 AM
Blackberry Curve, Exchange, Exchange Server ActiveSync, Outlook 2003, Synchronization
If you’re on a BES server, talk with your admin. If you’re hosted by a carrier, you should have a web console to manage what e-mail accounts are going to your Blackberry … start there. Or call your carrier’s tech support. D.
View Answer | July 5, 2008 1:19 AM
BlackBerry, BlackBerry email, Email forwarding, Mobile
So what’s your question? This is obviously by design. D.
View Answer | July 5, 2008 1:13 AM
BlackBerry, BlackBerry email, Exchange, Mobile synchronization, Outlook, Synchronization
I am finding that Backup4All is a good third party backup manager. I was backing up to my website. Recently I set up a remotely cohosted server and use backup4all between my production server and the offsite server.
View Answer | July 4, 2008 5:19 PM
Backup, Backup & recovery, Carbonite, Dell Datasafe, Online backup software, Synchronization, Yahoo Briefcase
Hi, Robanglin This could be a problem with changed firewall settings on your wireless access point/wireless router BR, Petko
View Answer | July 2, 2008 4:18 PM
802.11, Cisco VPN, Dell Inspiron 300M, HTTPS, Port 443, SSL, TrueMobile 1300, Wi-Fi, Windows XP, Wireless PC cards
Most Windows computers will automatically use wireless if it’s available, even if you also have a wired connection plugged in. When using your wired connection, it’s best to disable wireless for optimal performance. Follow these instructions to Disable or Enable your wireless connection. Disable 1. Click Start and go to Control Panel 2. if your [...]
View Answer | July 2, 2008 2:05 PM
Mobile, Networking, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking
Did the same thing happen when loading in safe mode, it may be that the shutdown script is being run by another application. If you can get into safe mode, I would try running msconfig, and disabling all optional startups and all optional scripts and see what happens the next time..
View Answer | June 30, 2008 1:05 PM
Boot failure, Compaq Armada M700, Windows 2000
Hi Brent, I didn’t think that was actually possible due to how BIS or BES interfaces with the Exchange mailbox. Instead there are two workarounds I can think of: Workaround #1: <a href=”http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=KB10008&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=151618731&stateId=0%200%2070521648″>Blackberry Doc ID : KB10008</a> Workaround #2: Have one mailbox for each user to access shared mailbox Mailbox 1 – The mailbox you [...]
View Answer | June 27, 2008 7:58 PM
BlackBerry, Exchange, Mobile devices, Mobile synchronization, Synchronization
Hello AADF, as far as you know Gmail doesn’t provide full remote mail capabilities and this causes this kind of issues and other things. Example if you add a Gmail to your account in Outlook, the first time you send&receive you will get all of your data downloaded locally; if you move,delete these they will [...]
View Answer | June 27, 2008 8:26 AM
BlackBerry email, BlackBerry Pearl
From the profiles menu select advanced. Then select the profile you are currently using and hit the menu button and then edit. Select the messages options and change them to vibrate. This will make it vibrate for text messages and email and ring for phone calls.
View Answer | June 26, 2008 11:23 PM
BlackBerry email, BlackBerry Pearl
<a href=”http://searchexchange.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid43_gci1078188,00.html”>Here </a>is an excellent article with all the steps required for Exchange 2003. You did not say what version of exchange this is for, but it is one of the tags as 2003. If that is not the version you are using please provide the version since the steps will be different than in [...]
View Answer | June 26, 2008 5:36 PM
Exchange 2003, Exchange Server ActiveSync, Exchange synchronization, iPhone, Outlook Web Access, OWA
My concerns are many… The biggest is that the iPhone, as cool as it is, is not on the list of approved devices. Technically it’s not supported, but when the CFO brings his in, guess what…. I get to waste… er, I have the pleasure of spending half of my day supporting a device for [...]
View Answer | June 26, 2008 3:26 PM
Apple, iPhone, Mobile computing devices, Mobile device security, Mobile email, Mobile enterprise applications, Mobile synchronization
Hi, I’ve used a product called BlueNote at a previous job and that seemed to work fine. I don’t think it was so expensive, although they seem to have expanded a lot of the features since I used it. Here’s the link :- <a href=”http://www.agentdata.com/data/bluenote.html”>BlueNote SMS</a> Hope this helps, Martin Gilbert.
View Answer | June 26, 2008 9:52 AM
Cell phones, iSeries, Java, Mobile devices, RPG, SMS
Given the fact the cell phone companies do not offer insurance on the iPhone, and with it’s pricey price tag; I would have to say that based on that fact alone the iPhone isn’t ready for the Enterprise. I’ve seen high level managers break phones monthly. With cell phone insurance that’s no big deal, they [...]
View Answer | June 23, 2008 6:36 PM
Apple, BlackBerry, iPhone, Mobile devices, Mobile enterprise applications, RIM
Blackberry phones don’t support WiFi. The only way for a blackberry to get Internet access to get your email is over the telephone network. You’ll want to contact your cell provider and have them set you up with a data plan which covers the rest of Europe.
View Answer | June 23, 2008 6:55 AM
BlackBerry, Push email
If you are using outlook there is an option called import and export, go to file toolbar and there you will see this option. Go there select import & export then when the wizard pops up select export to a file, now in the next screen select Personal Folder File (*.pst), now in the next [...]
View Answer | June 22, 2008 12:05 PM
Memory cards, Mobile backup, Mobile devices, Mobile storage, Mobile synchronization, Synchronization
The front-end server will locate the user in AD and proxy the session for the user if they are in a different site. This may result in a questionable user experience as a result of traversing the WAN internally. If the Exchange Server hosting the user mailbox has its own front-end servers and a direct [...]
View Answer | June 21, 2008 12:31 AM
Exchange 2003, ISA, ISA Server, Windows Mobile
The only way to get 2 machines online at the same time would be to network them together an setup one machine with Internet connection sharing. This machine would need to be on when ever any machine wanted to use the Internet. Setup the aircard and right click on the network connection and select properties. [...]
View Answer | June 20, 2008 8:38 PM
Air Card, Mobile internet, Wireless Internet Service Providers
This can be done via merge replication. However it is highly recommended to NOT use replication between environments. Changes to DEV can often be not made correctly, which will the cause problems in your production environment. If you are subject to SOX, HIPPA, etc a setup like this will violate these regulations.
View Answer | June 20, 2008 8:27 PM
SQL Server, SQL Server synchronization, Synchronization
The BlackBerry Pearl smartphone receiving the media file is not properly configured. Make sure you are following these steps: Procedure To send and receive files between two BlackBerry smartphones using Bluetooth® wireless technology, complete the following steps: 1. Enable Bluetooth technology on the BlackBerry smartphones. For instructions, see the Turn on Bluetooth technology section of [...]
View Answer | June 20, 2008 12:54 PM
BlackBerry, BlackBerry Pearl, Bluetooth, Network connectivity