I found a BB and determined who owned it that by looking at his email. I got a hold of the end user who is in Chicago. When I finally contacted him, he was most gratefull on the phone and said his IT dept. would be happy. I sent the device back to him in the mail and never heard another word... ( not even a thank you...??!! ) So with that I guess that once someone looses the phone and replaces it they are not too concerned with the phone.
The other item of interest for those users who have corporate phones, we policy the phone with a password so it is a bit tougher finding the end user unless you call RIM with the pin number and see if they can determine who owns the phone. This guy's phone I found did not have any password on it! So it was easy enough to email him by looking at his phone address book etc.