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Old 09-19-2006, 01:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I posted this in the admin thread but thought it might go better here!! Please give me your thoughts.

Q) Please help I use an 8700g with T-Mobile BIS yesterday I received a BES IT policy named BBFS1[GTALKNA1](AES) has anyone ever seen this policy before I never have! Its weird that I don't even have access to a BES and still got this IT policy. Does anyone have a BES server they can send me a blank IT policy from?? I just cant figure out how this a) got on my device and b) how am I supposed to remove this without access to a BES.? I work for T-Mobile PDA support so I can see the provisioning side for RIM and I don't have any access to BES but I can fix this on the back end any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated!! Please Private Message me or send a PIN message to 23D76E42

A) Isn't that the google talk service? It's not an IT policy, I know that much. I have it on my handheld as well, but my IT Policy is named Default.

Q) that may be but I have it under services which is where IT policies go and all of a sudden I get an error when bb corrector tried to check spelling error: the application net_rim_bb_memo_app has attempted to open a connection to a location inside the firewall and outside the firewall which is not by your IT policy. When i hit ok I get the BBcorrector Error:Permission Denied. Any other ideas which could cause this problem
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Here's some educated guesses.

Services that appear under IT Policy are security services which may or may not be associated with IT Policy. I'm on a BES which does push down IT Policy (password required), and I have the Desktop[S113631](DES) service under IT Policy.

If you highlight the service listed under IT Policy and click the wheel, the menu option Regenerate Encryption Key appears. This is the encryption key used to encode/decode traffic between your BlackBerry and the BES. Don't know if it's used for BIS email, or even if it appears in a BIS only environment.

As for your bbCorrector problem:
  • Make sure you have the latest version - under Options --> Advanced Options --> Applications, it should be version 1.2.2. (use the "(4.0.2+ Handheld Software)" link at bbCorrector)
  • Try changing the "Disable MDS Proxy" setting in the app's settings
  • Try playing with your TCP/APN settings. Check this link for info:
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I posted this in the admin thread but thought it might go better here!! Please give me your thoughts.

Q) Please help I use an 8700g with T-Mobile BIS yesterday I received a BES IT policy named BBFS1[GTALKNA1](AES) has anyone ever seen this policy before I never have!

This is the GoogleTalk Policy as simple as that.
BBFS1[GTALKNA1](AES). I bet you use Google Talk....right!
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