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Old 02-20-2007, 08:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know how to get around this. I just bought the pearl, but my company won't set it up because I didn't get it through them and I need an enterprise activation password to load my outlook. Does anyone know how to get around this...or is their a standard password? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 02-20-2007, 10:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Nope but you might want to contact your BES or Exchange admin before you do something You shouldn't? FWIW if you do connect your personal BB to the company BES any policy's on the BES will be sent to your device.
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Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A B A Select Start

Duh.
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Old 02-20-2007, 10:58 AM   #4 (permalink)
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In my experience, the company has to put your email into the server first. then after taht the password should be the same when you log into a computer at work.
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Old 02-20-2007, 11:11 AM   #5 (permalink)
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The BES wireless activation password is set by the BES admin for the account and usually only valid for 48 hours unless otherwise specified. It is not the same as your email password.
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Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A B A Select Start

Duh.
Was that the winning moves for DDR (dance dance revolution?)
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Wow. Thanks for making me feel old. No...it's the code for Contra. On the NES.

Can't believe no one got that...

*crawls back into his nerd hole*
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Enterprise passwords are determined by the BES Admin. It's only good for a new activation...and then it goes away. My company uses a lowercase singular letter for theirs.
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Wow. Thanks for making me feel old. No...it's the code for Contra. On the NES.

Can't believe no one got that...

*crawls back into his nerd hole*
...and at the risk of looking stupid I still don't know what you're talking about so what does that make me? Too old? Too young? A huge nerd? Or no nerd at all?

My daughter loves DDR, so I thought that was a good one!
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Wow. Thanks for making me feel old. No...it's the code for Contra. On the NES.

Can't believe no one got that...

*crawls back into his nerd hole*
Don't worry, man. I got it. Funny how you never forget certain things.

I guess I'm getting old too.
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Does anyone know how to get around this. I just bought the pearl, but my company won't set it up because I didn't get it through them and I need an enterprise activation password to load my outlook. Does anyone know how to get around this...or is their a standard password? Any help would be appreciated.
You can't get your Outlook synched through BES until your BES/Exchange/IT admin initiates the process. You can't sneak around it.
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As the topic has been answered, I'll feel less bad about keeping it off topic:

John Clark...check this out: Contra (series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Very Well....Feeling old now...*hobbling back to my rocker!*
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Wow. Thanks for making me feel old. No...it's the code for Contra. On the NES.

Can't believe no one got that...

*crawls back into his nerd hole*

99 lives... woo hoo.... although i thought you only hit b a once....
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In my experience, the company has to put your email into the server first. then after taht the password should be the same when you log into a computer at work.
Not quite - the enterprise activation password is a one-time password that's used to generate the encryption key between the BES server and the device. It's NOT the same as your domain logon password. The only way you can get one is if the BES admins generate one for you - there is no way round this (as all the other posters have noted)
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Old 02-20-2007, 08:17 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A B A Select Start

Duh.

Hell yeah, I got that

Ah, the good old days with Contra. You know, that's such an iconic phrase that you could actually walk about to most 30+ year olds on the street and just say that phrase and they'd know it
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