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Old 06-25-2008, 10:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to simply change the IT policy of certain phones to allow internet browsing via the wireless provider and not through the BES? Currently, with just the default IT policy, any site blocked by our SonicWall internally for that user, will also be blocked on their phone when browsing. We don't need this for everyone, since some of the people on the BES use personal Blackberry's that they pay for themselves.

BES version is 4.1.5.26 and OS version is 4.5. Also, installing Opera Mini is not an option, even though it does bypass the BES.

Also, I remember on the older handheld OS's, when you activated on the BES you would have two different browsers. One that used the carrier's data network, and one that used the BES, but that seems to have gone away with the newer handheld OS's. Anyone know why?

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Is there a way to simply change the IT policy of certain phones to allow internet browsing via the wireless provider and not through the BES?
Typically, they are both allowed by default. Has your org changed the default policy to block wap browsing?
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