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Old 03-25-2005, 06:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by rambo47
That makes a lot more sense! How would one BB unit find another? So RBC's objection was that, unlike with email, they had no record themselves of their employees' communications. But the records do exist somewhere, like at RIM or T-Mobile.
You got it! Yes their is some sort of record with regards to PIN to PIN messages as NJ said seeing they transport via the carrier at some point, the concern I think RBC was having with those messages is the possibility of PIN messages being used to inform, warn, jump the gun or whatever with security trades and transaction with little or no ability to trace intial contact.
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