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We are using BES 5.0.2 on Lotus Domino Platform.Is it possible to force all internet traffic through carrier provider bandwidth/RIM bandwidth instead of using our bandwidth.

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yes you can make the internet Browser defaut and even lock out the blackberry browser with IT policy
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KB20457-How to configure an IT Policy on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to allow only the Internet Browser on the BlackBerry smartphone
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yes you can make the internet Browser defaut and even lock out the blackberry browser with IT policy
Hi knottyrope,
i know very well and also thanks for your reply but we want without changing blackberry browser. when we are selecting default internet browser our intranet sites or some other sites are not opened those are opened in blackberry browser.Meanwhile we have also tried to push opera browser through server for testing in some blackberry but it's always goes through our bandwidth. using Internet browser it is chargeable for us.

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BlackBerry browsr uses BES for surfing and intranet access, cant change that.

Are you with OS5 and older devices?
If yes set to devices default browser to internet Browser and add to favorite the intranet sites you need to open in BlackBerry browser by default in the properties of the link on device. (been a few years since doing so)

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KB23699-Simplified browser selection in BlackBerry 6 and BlackBerry 7
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Shouldnt the policy entry "MDS Browser Domains" in the "Browser" section of the Policy take care of this ?
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Hello Friends,
We are using BES 5.0.2 on Lotus Domino Platform.Is it possible to force all internet traffic through carrier provider bandwidth/RIM bandwidth instead of using our bandwidth.

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Hey Bisleri,
It is not possible to force all internet traffic without set internet browser as a default browser. meanwhile, browsing to other browser ( opera mini etc. ) also use your bandwidth.or nothing any IT policy can restrict your internal bandwidth use while browsing.

I can say " No ".
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You can do it but only if you specify the browser to use and its not the BlackBerry one.

There are more options for OS 6n7 on where to go but OP wants both worlds
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