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Old 12-12-2006, 06:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a supported way to have 2 BlackBerry's assigned to one user in BES?

I need to assign a second BB device for IT staff for carrier & data redundancy purposes.
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Anyone know if this can be done? I need to carry two BB, from two different carriers for redundancy and make it work in BES!
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A mailbox can only have one PIN (BB) assigned to it. You may have to have two mailboxes.
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My wife hates me having even one BB. Two would put her over the edge!
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There is got to e a way to "hack" this! It doesn't seem too complicated, maybe a tweak on the BES or Win OS....
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Another hack request. Where's the list?
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There is got to e a way to "hack" this! It doesn't seem too complicated, maybe a tweak on the BES or Win OS....
Sorry mate the answer is no!

The easiset way would be to have your account on the BES set with an activation password already set so when your primary device goes down you can reactivate on the secondry. This will have the minimum downtime but you will have to reset the activation password every 30 days (720 hours) assuming you are on 4.1 of course.
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