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Old 12-17-2007, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I worked for Qwest Communications and I was on their blackberry enterprise server. I have a blackberry 8310. I left the company on Thursday but my phone hasnt changed any. They lock these phones down and dont allow any 3rd party applications to be installed or anything. Its my phone so I want it back to how it was. Its still on their enterprise server since I can still send emails from my qwest email. Although when I try and reply it says the address is unknown. Anyway to get it off the enterprise server and have my phone back to normal so I can do my manual syncing on my home laptop and be able to install 3rd party applications?

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So I worked for Qwest Communications and I was on their blackberry enterprise server. I have a blackberry 8310. I left the company on Thursday but my phone hasnt changed any. They lock these phones down and dont allow any 3rd party applications to be installed or anything. Its my phone so I want it back to how it was. Its still on their enterprise server since I can still send emails from my qwest email. Although when I try and reply it says the address is unknown. Anyway to get it off the enterprise server and have my phone back to normal so I can do my manual syncing on my home laptop and be able to install 3rd party applications?

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Read the FAQ and/or do a search on removing IT Policies. You could also call the BES Admin and have them send a blank IT Policy and to remove you from the BES. Once you do that, change your dataplan to a BIS plan.

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As Dubdub suggested, the best thing would be to call the IT dept and see if they can send you the default IT policy. If they won't do that then use this procedure:

http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ve-policy.html
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If they are running BES 4.1.4 they could send you an IT Policy which will reset your device to factory setting when they either send a kill handheld command to the device or you wipe the device.
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