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Old 03-05-2006, 02:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can't change Google Local Network Setting

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My company recently upgraded our BES to 4.0. Some of you may remember, my company does not allow MDS via our BES. It was cool with the old BES since I could point all 3rd party apps over my carriers TCP connection so all apps still worked.

With the upgrade to BES 4.0, I now have the BES MDS browser and service book even though the MDS service is still disabled. The browser went away before when they disabled MDS. Can 4.0 BES be put back like it was with the old version? No servicebook, no browser, no interference???

I was able to repoint Ramble to Device TCP and change pocket day to BIS and now they work again. I wished Google had a setting I can change, I believe the BES MDS has taken over as default data connection and since the pipe is disabled, google stopped working.

I tried deleting the service book but as fast as I delete it it comes right back.
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