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Default Does anybody know how to add a proxy exception in BES 4.0?

I have tried everything to add an exception to the MDS 4.0, but nothing works.

When you add an exception it suggests using a template but this makes no sense to me. Using the free text entry makes no difference either.

I have tried the normal entries such as http://*.123.com/* and just *.123.com etc.

All I want to do is tell the MDS not to use the proxy when handsets want to browse to our intranet sites on a certain domain name, which is (example used unable to provide real domain name) 123.com

At the moment when we switch the proxy on we can get to the internet but no intranet. Switch in off and we only get intranet.

Trying to access intranet with the proxy on gives me error 503.
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For those that did not catch the post on rimroad -

Unfortunately it is a little more complicated than that.

You have to enter the exclusions using Regular Expressions.

http://gmckinney.info/resources/regex.pdf

This proxy mapping statement should allow you to go to any thing in your
intranet

.*://.*\.123\.com.*

- the .* for wildcard to allow for http or https
- then ://
- then .* for a wildcard (www, ww2, home, etc.). The . infront of the * says any character except new line.
- then \ to turn off the special meaning of the next character so it will see the . as a period
- then .123 (or what ever your Intranet domain is named)
- then \ to turn off the special meaning of the next character again
- then .com
- then .*any character after that

Hopei t helps and that I explained it correctly from memory. My notes are at the office.

I was completely baffled by what was required due to the lack of documentation in the admin guide too. RIM Tsupport was able to help me out after they went away and did some research and got back to me.

Chris
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