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Old 06-04-2008, 01:48 PM   #101 (permalink)
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i found the user config and server config tables for rich email. changed them all to 1. still no html email. anyone know why this works on the bes but not the Unite?
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I realize this is a bit off topic but it's close....however, I'd like to add the bluetooth connectivity to my policy that i wrote for the Remove IT Policy sticky thread. I use BES express policy writer and the code is below. Any idea what the code would be? I'm guessing something like:

DisableBluetoothConnectivity = false

or something like that. I can add it in if someone knows how it would be written.



Code:
;
;***************************************************************************
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Desktop Manager Configuration
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; If application is shown on task bar.
HideWhenMinimized {default} = true
 
; Prompt the user when the Desktop Manager starts.
MessagePrompt {default} = Welcome to the Desktop Manager.
 
; To enable or disable the USB-Serial converter
EnableUSBconverter {default} = true
 
; Control whether the Application Loader is available to the user.
ShowApplicationLoader {default} = true
 
; Control whether if offline IT Policy warning prompt should be displayed.
ShowPolicyErrMsg {default} = true
 
; Control the length of time the device password is cached by Desktop Manager. (Minutes)
DesktopPasswordTimeout {policy} = 10
 
; This setting controls whether or not Desktop add-ins are permitted.
; When set to false, no desktop add-in code will be executed.
AllowDesktopAddIns {policy} = true
 
; Indicates whether or not the desktop software will allow the user to switch devices.
AllowDeviceSwitch {policy} = true
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Synchronization
;; Synchronize for PIM,Email and Folder Management defaults.
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like PIM 
; information to be synchronized when the user selects the Synchronize Now 
; button from the Intellisync dialog.
SynchronizeNowPIM = true
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like Email
; information to be synchronized when the user selects the Synchronize Now 
; button from the Intellisync dialog.
SynchronizeNowEmail = true
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like the date and 
; time to be synchronized when the user selects the Synchronize Now button from 
; the Intellisync dialog.
SynchronizeNowDateTime = true
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like PIM 
; information to be  to be automatically synchronized when the handheld 
; is connected to the PC.
AutoSynchronizePIM = false
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like Email
; information to be  to be automatically synchronized when the handheld 
; is connected to the PC.
AutoSynchronizeEmail = false
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like Date and Time
; information to be  to be automatically synchronized when the handheld 
; is connected to the PC.
AutoSynchronizeDateTime = false
 
; This setting allows you to specify whether or not you would like to synchronize 
; folders instead of performing an import.
SyncFoldersInsteadOfImport = true
 
; This setting allows you to specify how information conflicts between the handheld 
; and the PC encountered during synchronization are handled. If set to true, desktop 
; information is used. If set to false, handheld information is used.
FolderConflictDesktopWins = true
 
; This setting allows the enabling or disabling of wireless email reconcilation.
AllowWirelessEmailSynchronization = true
 
; This setting allows the wireless calendar synchronization functionality to be disabled.
DisableWirelessCalendar = false
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Redirector Settings
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; Append signature on out going messages
AutoSignature = -----------------\
Sent from my BlackBerry Handheld.
 
; Forwards messages to the handheld
ForwardMessagesToHandheld = true
 
; Allows user's to receive mail when handheld is connected to cradle
ForwardMessagesInCradle = true
 
; Setup filter rules for email redirection
FilterRuleFile = c:\myfilters.rfi
; When filter rules don't apply, forward or don't send messages
ForwardWhenRulesDontApply = true
 
; When sending a message from handheld, don't save a copy in my 'Sent Items' folder
DontSaveSentMessages = false
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Backup/Restore Configuration
;;
;; These value control the setting in "Backup and Restore Options" dialog
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; This value control the value of the "Automatically backup my handheld" setting
; in the options dialog, which is enables or disables prompted Automatic Backups.
AutoBackupEnabled = true
 
; This value indicates how often an AutoBackup is performed in days.
AutoBackupFrequency = 7
 
; This setting controls the exclusion of Email and synchronized data from the
; automatic backup. If set to true, the "Backup all handheld application data"
; radio button is selected.
AutoBackupIncludeAll = true
 
; This setting allows control over whether email is excluded from automatic backups
; (when AutoBackupIncludeAll is false).
AutoBackupExcludeEmail = false
 
; This setting allows control over whether synchronized application data is excluded
; from automatic backups (when AutoBackupIncludeAll is false). "Synchronized data" is
; that data which is configured for synchronization with Intellisync; this varies
; according to the user's preferences.
AutoBackupExcludeSync = false
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; WebLink Configuration
;;
;; These values control the appearance and behaviour of the WebLink extension.
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; Setting this value to false prevents the WebLink icon from being displayed.
ShowWebLink = true
 
; This setting specifies the URL that will be used when the WebLink
; icon is activated.
WebLinkURL = www.your_network_here.com/go/downloads
 
; This setting controls the label that is displayed for the WebLink icon.
WebLinkLabel = Downloads
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Device Security Settings
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; Determine if the password is required on device
PasswordRequired {policy} = false
 
; Determine if the user can disable the password
UserCanDisablePassword {policy} = true
 
; Minimum length of the password.
; Valid range is 1 to 12 characters, inclusive.
;
; This value indicates the minimum length of an acceptable device
; security password.
MinPasswordLength {policy} = 1
 
; Password Pattern Checks
; Valid range is 0 or 1 at this time
;    0 -> no checks
;    1 -> ensure password has at least on letter and one digit
PasswordPatternChecks {policy} = 0
 
; Suppress Password Echo
;
; Option to disable password echo after x numbers of fail attempts to unlock handheld.
; false -> Disable
; true -> Enable
;
SuppressPasswordEcho {policy} = false
 
; Maximum device security timeout.
; Valid range is 1 to 60 minutes, inclusive.
;
; The handheld user is permitted to select any security timeout value
; less than this value.
MaxSecurityTimeout {policy} = 60
 
; Password Timeout
; Valid range is 0 to 60 minutes, inclusive.
;
; Set the effective password timeout on handheld.  This value must be 
; less than that of the MaxSecurityTimeout.
SetPasswordTimeout {policy} = 0
 
;
; If set, forces the device to the lock screen when it is holstered
ForceLockWhenHolstered {policy} = false
 
; Determine if the user can change the timeout
UserCanChangeTimeout {policy} = TRUE
 
; Password aging.
; Valid range is 0 to 365.
; 
; Specifying a value of 0 indicates password aging is disabled. Other
; values specify the maximum age of the password before the handheld
; user is prompted to change it.
MaxPasswordAgeInDays {policy} = 0
 
; Password History
; Valid range is 0 to 15
;
; Specify the number of passwords to retain for checking. Passwords in password history cannot be used when 
; setting a new handheld password.
;
MaximumPasswordHistory {policy} = 0
 
 
; Maximum Password Attempts
; Valid range is 3 to 10
;
; Set the maximum number of  password attempts on handheld. 
;
SetMaximumPasswordAttempts {policy} = 10
 
; Indicate if Long Term Security Timeout is enabled/disabled
;
; If true, handheld long term timeout is enabled
; If false, handheld long term timeout is disabled.
LongTermTimeoutEnable {policy} = false
 
; Attachment Viewing
;
; Controls the ability to view email attachments on the handheld.  
; If set to true then users can view attachments on the handheld 
AllowAttachmentViewing {policy} = true
 
; Policies that control the behaviour of third party applications
; on Java-based handhelds.
AllowThirdPartyUseSerialPort {policy} = true
AllowExternalConnections {policy} = true
AllowInternalConnections {policy} = true
AllowSplitPipeConnections {policy} = true
DisallowThirdPartyAppDownloads {policy} = false
 
; Policies that control the behaviour of the handheld Browser application
;
; DefaultBrowserConfigUID {default} = "BlackBerry Browser"
; MDSBrowserTitle {default} = "YourCompany Intranet"
; HomepageAddress {default} = www.your_network_here.com
; HomepageAddressReadOnly {policy} = true
; EnableWAPConfig {policy} = false
 
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
; Policies that apply to the TLS protocol. 
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
 
; TLS Disable Invalid Connection
; Disallow users to connect to a server with an invalid certificate (i.e revoked, expired, etc ).
; Value: 0=true,1=false,2=prompt on device
TLSDisableInvalidConnection {policy} = 1
 
; TLS Disable Untrusted Connection
; Prevent TLS connections to untrusted servers.
; Values: 0=true,1=false,2=prompt on device
TLSDisableUntrustedConnection {policy} = 2
 
; TLS Disable Weak Ciphers
; Disable use of weak ciphers during a TLS connection.
; Values: 0=true,1=false,2=prompt on device
TLSDisableWeakCiphers {policy} = 2
 
; TLS Minimum Strong DH Key Length,
; Valid range 512 to 4096
TLSMinimumStrongDHKeyLength {policy} = 1024
 
; TLS Minimum Strong ECC Key Length
; Valid range 160 to 571
TLSMinimumStrongECCKeyLength {policy} = 163
 
; TLS Minimum Strong RSA Key Length
; Valid range 512 to 4096
TLSMinimumStrongRSAKeyLength  {policy} = 1024
 
; Disable the use of any cipher that is not FIPS compliant.
TLSRestrictFIPSCiphers {policy} = false
 
; TLS Minimum Strong DSA Key Length
; 
; Set the minimum DSA key size allowed for use during a TLS connection.
; Range: 512 - 1024 bits in 64 bit increments
TLSMinimumStrongDSAKeyLength {policy} = 1024
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Messaging Settings.
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; Indicate if PIN to PIN messaging is permitted.
;
; If true, handheld users are permitted to use the PIN to PIN messaging
; feature. If false, this capability is hidden from the handheld user.
AllowPINtoPIN {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if the specification of BCC recipients is permitted.
;
; If true, handheld users can specify BCC recipients when composing messages.
; If false, this capability is unavailable to handheld users.
AllowBCCRecipients {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if SMS messaging is permitted.
;
; If true, handheld users are permitted to send SMS messages.
; If false, this capability is unavailable to handheld users.
AllowSMS {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if the RIM phone application can be used on the handheld.
;
; If true, handheld users are permitted to use the handheld's phone.
; If false, users are not permitted to use the handheld's phone.
AllowPhone {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if the RIM web browser can be used on the handheld.
;
; If true, handheld users are permitted to use the handheld's web browser.
; If false, users are not permitted to use the handheld's web browser.
AllowBrowser {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if other email services are permitted on the handheld.
;
; If false, no other email service books (other than the Enterprise
; edition one) are permitted on the handheld. Any other existing email
; service books are removed when the policy is installed; while the
; policy is in effect, other email service books will be rejected by the
; device. This forces all outbound email to be routed through the
; organization's BlackBerry Enterprise Server. 
;
; If true, no restrictions are applied to email service books.
AllowOtherEmailServices {policy} = true
 
; Indicate if other browser transport services are permitted on the handheld.
;
; If false, no other browser transport service books (other than the
; Enterprise edition one) are permitted on the handheld. In this case,
; any other existing browser transport service books are removed when the
; policy is installed; while the policy is in effect, other browser transport
; service books will be rejected by the device. This forces all browser
; traffic to be routed through the organization's BlackBerry Enterprise Server. 
;
; If true, no restrictions are applied to browser transport service books.
AllowOtherBrowserServices {policy} = true
 
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Owner Information
;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
 
; Owner Name - if value = '*' use the registry setting
OwnerName {default} = Research In Motion Ltd.
 
; Owner Info - if value = '*' use the registry setting
OwnerInfo {default} = This BB has Blank IT policy on it written by John Clark from www.BlackBerryForums.com
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;
;; Other Info
;;
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Old 06-05-2008, 05:19 PM   #103 (permalink)
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ok. i will hijack it too... (i am not a mod, this could be dangerous.)

i created a new email account with gmail. only used the unite homepage to add it to the unite service. success it works. my question is this. unite uses pop to get the email.
1. how does it send it to my phone? is it going thru Rim to wireless carrier then to me?
2. at what point does it get converted to text from the html that unite pops it with.
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ok. i will hijack it too... (i am not a mod, this could be dangerous.)

i created a new email account with gmail. only used the unite homepage to add it to the unite service. success it works. my question is this. unite uses pop to get the email.
1. how does it send it to my phone? is it going thru Rim to wireless carrier then to me?
2. at what point does it get converted to text from the html that unite pops it with.
1. Yes. Unite/BES Activation sets up an encrypted tunnel between the server and the BB, using the internet to connect the server to RIM, the wireless carrier to connect RIM to the handheld.

2. At the Unite server, though most Email apps send a plain text version along with the HTML encoded version. Also, unless the mail was sent as HTML, I don't think Gmail would convert it from text to HTML for POP/IMAP clients.
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the email is sent as html. i dont know where its getting converted. the question really is......why or how does the html work with BES and latest service pack, but not with unite? is unite stripping the html? is rim stripping it when it comes from a unite server?
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Old 06-12-2008, 05:41 PM   #106 (permalink)
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My unite server got upgraded today. A new option to chose whether or not I browsed through the my Unite Server or BIS server exists. I chose the BIS server and my policy was set back to Unite.

Bluetooth and Tracking though are still enabled while on the Unite policy.
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Old 06-12-2008, 05:50 PM   #107 (permalink)
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cool so they are working on it
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i didnt get the upgrade. what build do you have on the bottom of the screen
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My update came in this morning, it will show Release 1.0.1 (Bundle 29).

It seems that the Remote Device Management is not Policy related even though it is on the Policy page. You can select/de-select Remote Administration for a user, save it (which will cause a Unite Policy push). Then use Grim's UnitePolicyMod to push your own policy if you desire.

Is it just me, or is the Remote Device Management on the handheld a bit flaky? It seems to be a bit random whether it will connect or not, and then download the users.

I can't wait to try the device page function
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i just got it. a popup telling me it was updated came up.
excellent.
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Hi people!
May I complete remove anything about Unite in my BB with this? After some wipes and new blank policy loaded my BB is live again. I had a full backup of my BB before unite instalation. I recovered this backup some times (and few times just the police and firewall configurations), wipe more times and almost everything is working. Now I would like to remove some BES configurations tha still in my BB and some blocks like bluetooth desktop conection and firewall blocks (I cannot install Opera Mini again because it tried do conect a local inside and outside the firewall not permited).

I guess that just need:
# Enable Bluetooth Desktop Connectivity
# Enable Wireless Bypass
and eliminate anything about BES

I live in brazil and just would like to use BIS again!

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VBScript makes it so much easier. Very nice. Thank you.

Definitely a beta-situation though
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This question seems extremely silly compared to the rest of the posts in this thread, but how exactly do you access the GPS tracking logs once the ITPolicy mod has been pushed?

Thanks and I apologize that I'm the only one that seems to need to ask.
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If you get tracking reliably (I haven't seen that yet), the data is stored in the MS SQL database. You can look at it with the MS SQL Express tool Grimlin talks about earlier in the thread. Or you can write a DB access tool in your favorite programming tool ;)
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Would it be possible to add a BB Maps service book through unite since AT&T has been sending a blank service book that essentially disables BB Maps on devices with the 4.5 OS?
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Would it be possible to add a BB Maps service book through unite since AT&T has been sending a blank service book that essentially disables BB Maps on devices with the 4.5 OS?
This is a little late, but I don't think it is a service book issue. I noticed that on 4.5 on my Bold, at&t just tossed the icon from the ribbon if you are using one of their supplied themes. If you edit your BlackBerry.alx file to include other themes and use one of them, BlackBerry Maps shows up just fine. No service book changes needed. (You of course, need to install BlackBerry maps as well)
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I'm wondering if this would allow me to access the San Diego MLS without using the WAP connection. The WAP provides abbreviated listings that aren't much help.
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