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Old 04-14-2005, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am in the process of adding some users to the new BES (domino). Device types are 7290, 6280 and 957.
I believe I have to load the 2.7a OS on the 957s and have them cradled to become active on the BES.
The 7290 and 6280....will also need to have their OS upgraded to 4.0.
All these devices are on Rogers network at the moment.
Will I still need to have Rogers deactivate the 957 form their network to allow me to add it to our enterprise server?
have anyone encountered any major issues with 7290 and 6280 being transferred from Rogers to the enterprise server?

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Rogers does not have to "transfer" anything. Are you trying to say that you currently have devices using the BlackBerry Web Client, and you want to add them to your BES? If that is it, then you need to delete the BWC service books. Add the IDs to your BES. Have them cradle and the BES service books should be downloaded.
If you "deactivate" any devices, they will no longer work.
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Yes..that's exactly what I want to do..thanks.
I was hoping to use the Enterprise Activation option. But having some smtp issues.
Maybe I'll just have the users cradle and get it over......thanks
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Since the C++ devices (85x/95x) do not have 4.0, I am not sure they will ever support Enterprise Activation.
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I loaded a 957 with the new OS v2.7a. The Enterprise Activation option is there so I try it when I can resolve my smtp issues. The network guys placed the BES server in a different subnet than the smtp server and domino mail gateways.
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I didn't realize that 2.7a supported EA! Thanks...
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I'll let you guys know if it's a smooth activation.....
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