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Old 02-24-2006, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the standard for Blackberry Servers after an Exchange Server is rebooted? We have 45 Exchange servers around the country and 10 Blackberry Servers.

We usually reboot the blackberry servers, but can i just restart the services and which one's if so??
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According to RIM...

Yes, we recommend to
reboot the BlackBerry Enterprise Server after the Exchange Server has been
rebooted. This will eliminate any MAPI worker threads that had tried to
access/connect to your Exchange Server during the bounce. Failure to reboot
the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, it may cause email delays to your users
over a longer period of time. If you have two BlackBerry Servers that
connects to its own Exchange Servers, then you will only need to bounce the
pair (BlackBerry Enterprise Server/Exchange)

or

Stopping and starting all the Blackberry Enterprise Server services is adequate.
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