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Old 08-17-2008, 10:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was doing an internship at work and the IT department setup my curve to use the works network system where I can look up users, sync my calendar and all that stuff. My internship ended and they didn't do anything to my phone... but the lookup feature is not working. Also, when I use my phone to connect my computers internet, it's asking me to enter a password, but my password is not working to connect. Somehow did they disable me from the system, but my phone still thinks I'm activated. Is there a way to remove my works network off of my phone?? Thanks
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That looks very confusing! lol. If I take my phone to the verizon store, or call the IT person at my previous job, could they fix it?
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No, either way you must have a blank IT Policy pushed to your device to remove the restrictions from your device which the BES put on it.
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