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Old 06-08-2006, 07:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to enable "Restrict my idenity" using an IT policy.
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Old 06-08-2006, 04:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What are you looking to do with this? What information do you want restricted?
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What are you looking to do with this? What information do you want restricted?
"Restrict My Identity" is a phone feature that blocks caller id for all outgoing calls.

I don't see a policy in the 4.1 BES to control it though.
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There is a possibility in BES to create custom rules. Is it possible to create this type of rule yourself?
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I donxxx8217;t think you can create customer IT Policies on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
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That seems more of a carrier function than a BES function. Although I could be wrong.
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That seems more of a carrier function than a BES function. Although I could be wrong.
And it would need to be highly localised code. In the UK to with-hold the sending of your number you prefix your call with 141, I'm sure it's different in the US and in many other markets...

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And it would need to be highly localised code. In the UK to with-hold the sending of your number you prefix your call with 141, I'm sure it's different in the US and in many other markets...

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On the blackberry under "phone. options, general options" you can enable "restrict my identity. So I do not agree the code has to be localised. Correct me if i'm wrong?

Nevertheless is sounds like it is not that simple to create rules not already on the BES. I think i'll find some other way around.
Thank you all for your comment on this issue.



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