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Old 08-20-2006, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK. Hey all.
Firstly,
I was shocked how easy it was to get BES 4.1 Express up & running. The email is dramatically fast and the syncing is great. I have two questions however?

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Where on BES 4.1 is the option located so I can change the name of the blackberry browser. For example ExchangeMyMail have changed it to say "Exchange My Mail Browser" So where do I change that on BES so on my users it will say whatever I want it to?

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I get an error periodically that says Key Decryption error. How do I fix this. I get this error on my BB 8700g?
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1. I don't think it can be renamed
2. Is this BlackBerry on another BES still?
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I wiped the handheld & activated it on my new BES. and get a decrption key error.

and exchangemymail have changed the browser name as I use them. I just dont know how to make it say "My Company Name Browser"
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You can set the name of the blackberry browser in the policy under Browser Policy Group-MDS Browser Title.
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Thanks Mate

One Last Question. What does MDS do? What is it?


What does it add to the BES 4.1 install?
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MDS or MDSS? If you don't know what MDSS is or you are running on MSDE or SQL express don't install it.

And your decryption errors are because you are still on "exchangemymail's" BES ask them to be removed.
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MDS or MDSS? If you don't know what MDSS is or you are running on MSDE or SQL express don't install it.

And your decryption errors are because you are still on "exchangemymail's" BES ask them to be removed.
OK Thanks for your Help.

Also "MDS" I want to know what MDS is?
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MDS is mobile data service in 4.0. In 4.1 it is called the MDS connection service --> runs the BlackBerry Browser

MDSS is the MDS Services which is for pushing apps created with MDS studio. --> don't install it unless you need it right now.
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