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Old 01-19-2008, 12:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Setting up blackberry.orange.co.uk PUSH using corporate Webmail settings

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Our company will not support PUSH mail to BUT I can access my corporate email via corporate OUTLOOK webmail - I'm trying to establish the correct settings to put into this workaround screen since I cannot get it to work!



Any way to work out what values goes in where from the URLs the webmail system uses in the course of an online dialogue?

The problematic one AFAIK is mailbox name I think unless..... Can the company block email access if it is being made by by the BlackBerry Internet Service system rather than me viewing over the web?
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Old 01-24-2008, 06:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What version of Exchange are you running? The company can block access; they can simply block the BIS IP Address ranges.
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The actual route in could be blocked for BIS also (I think this is more normal if you run a BES). edit - or paranoid network security.

Common mistake is http instead of https though, don't think any corp doesn't use SSL for this (wierd example from RIM). Mailbox name would generally = all before @ if needed at all.

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nice one, will try again!
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