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Old 04-12-2008, 07:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I have a work supplied 8110 on Vodaphone in the UK, works great i can get the web no problem and download files from the net, can't get google maps or get the telnav to work network errors etc. as i can get on to the web or is it WAP.. does this mean i have a data package therefore should be able to get the satnav to work somehow..? thanks craig
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Welcome to the BBF!

IF you are BES, you have a Data Plan, how you may also have an IT Policy installed from our IT people restricting it.

Do you know if you do?
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thanks... this sounds possible, although another guy has it all working so maybe not. it is a new contract for the work incorporating voice and BB oppossed to 2 seperate devices and the guy with a working one is on the old contract with separate phone and BB.... so still possible, apprecaiate you telling me the score this is very helpful.
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does anyone know if there a simple way to check for IT policies - is this on the phone.? can they be removed.?
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Option > Security > General Settings > scroll to the bottom, is there anything listed under "sevices"?

Again, if your device is on a BES from your company, you can't remove the IT Policy--it will just get pushed back to the device. AND, your employer, to which the BB is connected has every right to push the policy with their intended restrictions. You are best off speaking to your IT people there, nicely, with sugar, if you want changes to it.

Even if it is your device on their BES, the policy can be pushed. You are on "their" network.
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aha. yes there is something there... IT policy : Default 12 apr 2008....? sugar / sweets etc may be my only options
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Do BOFH's still like cookies
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this could get expensive..... but worth it.. thanks all.!
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This may not be the correct place to post but my question is...
Is there a way to get web access on a blackberry with the $9.99 add on plan with TMobile (U.S)?
I have been going round and round trying diffrent ways of getting this option to work and have come up short, if I'm not mistaken this was done before back in the 7510 days however I can't find the post on how it was done (I've been gone for a looooooooong time), So modders can it be done?
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