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Old 07-22-2010, 02:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have got installed PGP Support package on my BB 8900 device with BES 5.0. I can encrypt and sign the outgoing mails from device but I cant decrypt them. When the mail is on the device, I can decrypt it just fine (tested on the mails in the "Sent" folder). Problem is that the BES is not detecting the PGP support Package installed on the device (I checked it in the Capabilities menu of the device on BES). When bes doesnt detect PGPSP on the device, it wont send the mail on the device, but only a message about unavailability of decryption... Can anyone help me? I need either to get the mail on the device or tell BES that PGPSP is already working on the device.

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yep sorry....but that still does not solve my problem
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Don't use PGP then, BlackBerry security already good enough, why add overheads and headaches?
Technology is supposed to help us not create more problems for us...

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Old 07-23-2010, 03:46 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Don't use PGP then, BlackBerry security already good enough, why add overheads and headaches?
Technology is supposed to help us not create more problems for us...

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not my idea man. customer wants, customer gets... customer has got Universal and PGP on computers, so he got the idea of having PGP even on BlackBerry
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Tell your customer is... The real world is not secure afterall, why going through the hassle?
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unfotunately I am not in the position here I can do that... I am in the monkey-see-monkey-do position so I have to solve this problem
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Ok, problem is solved. It just needed to reactivate the device with the BES...
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