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Old 11-08-2007, 10:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Time for me to ask a question for a change. I was just reading through the install doc for 4.1.4 (yeah I know, been meaning to do this for a while) when I noticed the following part. Could someone please explain the reason for the red bit please?

Install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server
You add BlackBerry Enterprise Servers to a BlackBerry Domain by specifying a shared BlackBerry Configuration Database during the installation process.
1.Log in to your computer using the BESAdmin service account that you created.
2.Double-click
setup.exe.
3.Complete the instructions on the screen.
4.When prompted to restart the computer, click
Yes.
5.Log in using the same account that you used for the setup program.
6.Complete the instructions on the screen.
7.If you are using Microsoft Exchange 2003 and use calendars with unicode text, complete the following actions:
a)On the BlackBerry Enteprise Server, open the Registry Editor.
b)In the left pane, navigate to \\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\Agents.
c)Create a DWORD value named
SetLocaleIDs.
d)Set the value to
1.
e)In the Microsoft Windows Services, restart the BlackBerry Messaging Agent.

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It looks like with 4.1.4 BES is fully supporting unicode characters. MSDN has a decent reference on this
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