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Old 04-16-2005, 08:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I will be travelling to Europe for a vacation in a couple of weeks and want to disable my Corporate BES account on my personally owned handheld, mainly to avoid roaming charges (and I am on vacation!). Can I do this on my handheld or must the BES administrator do this? I am in Canada, have a 7100r version 4 software if that matters. Thanks

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Go into Desktop Manager then Redirector Settings. On the General tab, uncheck 'Redirect incoming messages...'

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I sync wirelessly and do not have the redirector installed. So be be clear, I install the software, follow your instructions and incoming messages from my company's BES will be blocked ?

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Excellent! Thanks very much.
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