We've just begun our Exchange 2007 to 2010 migration and are already seeing messaging delay performance issues for those who've moved.
Included in MR5 for BES 5.0.2 (Exchange), is a new trait called ExchangeEnablePropertyPromotion.
I know this is suppose to address BES/Exchange 2010 performance issues, but does anyone have a source that explains the options in layman's terms? There are three options and I don't know which I need to apply:
- 0 - disabled
- 1 - The BlackBerry Messaging Agent promotes MAPI properties on all folder reloads, if required.
- 2 - The BlackBerry Messaging Agent promotes MAPI properties on all folder reloads, if required, except for the first folder reload. On the first folder reload the BlackBerry Messaging Agent does not promote MAPI properties.
I assume not disabled. Also, the release notes do not indicate what is the default value, if any.