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Old 10-26-2007, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hopefully the subject spells out the objective, I could add of course that once it's in your Contacts list, the BES synchs it to your handheld Address Book so then you have a contact list of all the PINs on your server.

Has it been established whether this can cause any harm accessing the database that way, and what steps to take.
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You won't do any damage to BES READING from the database ... just don't write directly to it.
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Thanks. In the same vein, the trail has led me to the ECL push application from BlackBerry's site, if I get a chance to test it I will try to post the results.
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