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Default BES 4.1 SP2 for Microsoft Exchange - Now Available

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Functional Changes
support for a WLAN-only environment
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, you can create a BlackBerry Enterprise Server environment that supports only WLAN-enabled BlackBerry devices.

See the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in a WLAN-only Environment Version 4.1.2 Installation Guide Supplement for more information.

improved database error reporting
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 and later, in certain circumstances (for example, if the Microsoft® SQL Server database becomes too large), transaction deadlocks are reported in the log files.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, if transaction deadlocks or timeouts occur, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server tries to reconnect, with an increasing delay between attempts, to a default
maximum of five attempts.

You can also change the default maximum number of retry attempts. Perform the following actions:
1. On the computer on which you installed the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, start the Registry Editor.
2. In the left pane, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\Database\
3. Create the DWORD value CommandRetryCount.
4. Type a new value for the number of attempts, or type 0 for unlimited attempts.

(SDR 91189)

ability to limit the number of error messages when database connection failures occur
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, when the connection to the BlackBerry Configuration Database drops, error messages are now logged every 60 seconds at trace level 6.

You can also change the default error message interval. Perform the following actions:
1. On the computer on which you installed the BlackBerry Enterprise Server or a BlackBerry component, start the Registry Editor.
2. In the left pane, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\Logging Info\<component>\
3. Create the DWORD value EventLogTimeThreshold.
4. Type a new value, in seconds.

(SDR 90217)

new confirmation dialog for changed encryption types
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1, you could change the encryption type (for example, from Triple DES to AES) without confirming the change.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2, a confirmation dialog appears when you change the encryption type. This dialog warns you that users are not be permitted to send or receive messages until they insert their BlackBerry device in the cradle or generate a new encryption key wirelessly.

(SDR 85213)

more descriptive BlackBerry Dispatcher logging
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 and earlier, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server log files incorrectly displayed that the BlackBerry Dispatcher shut down the BlackBerry Synchronization Service when the SRP connection terminated unexpectedly (for example, [30149] (10/04 12:57:55):{0x8D0} [WART] (S16662470:C1,agent_sync)(127.0.0.1) shutting down 0x01d1bf90).

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, the BlackBerry Dispatcher log files display that the SRP connection has disconnected.

(SDR 83130)

ability to look up BlackBerry devices on a Wi-Fi network
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 and earlier, users could not look up network type information on the BlackBerry device when on a Wi-Fi® network.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, users can look up Wi-Fi network information on the BlackBerry device.

(SDR 83048)

consolidated database tools
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, the DBCopyData tool now contains the functionality of the DBMerge tool.

(SDR 82344, SDR 88836, SDR 88935)

ability to set the enterprise activation password expiration time beyond 48 hours
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 and earlier, the maximum expiry period for an enterprise activation password was 48 hours.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2, you can set the enterprise activation password to expire beyond a 48-hour period.

(SDR 81156)

additional carrier information reported for BlackBerry devices
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, the BlackBerry Synchronization Service now includes the SIM ID. The BlackBerry Configuration Database lists this information as ICCID in the device management information synchronized to the SyncDeviceMgmtSummary table.

(SDR 80061, SDR 49746)

ability to create and configure group disclaimers
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1, you could only create one corporate disclaimer for a BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2, users can create and configure group disclaimers on their BlackBerry devices according to their assigned user groups.

(SDR 79881)

improved error detection and handling for the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service code
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1, you might have received unnecessary error messages in the BlackBerry Manager when you associated the BlackBerry Enterprise Server with the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service, or performed other BlackBerry MDS Connection Service administrative tasks.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2, error detection and handling for the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service has been improved to prevent the unnecessary error messages from appearing.

(SDR 78449)

Direct Connect Identification number enhancements
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1, the usersxxx8217; Direct Connect Identification (DCID) numbers were not displayed on the User tab in the BlackBerry Manager, and could not be exported to an external file.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2, a DCID column has been added to the User tab, and DCID numbers can be exported.

(SDR 76821, SDR 77071)

support for PGP MIME messages
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, if you are using PGP® add-on software, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server now handles PGP MIME messages correctly.

(SDR 58361)

improved logging terminology
In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 later, the BlackBerry Messaging Agent referred to an ETP message xxx8220;etpIDxxx8221;, which was misleading.

In BlackBerry Enterprise Server Version 4.1 SP2 and later, the BlackBerry Messaging Agent now refers to an ETP xxx8220;Tagxxx8221;.

(SDR 45602)
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