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Old 06-10-2009, 11:10 AM   #141 (permalink)
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Simply call your IT dept and get an enterprise activation password. They do it all the time. If you do the upgrade on a work computer with Desktop Manager the EA will start automatically.
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Ya, I was 9th in the que this morning with support, waiting for them to return my call. Now you tell me to consult with them. I knew that anyway, wanted to give it a shot, I'm sure I'll get my hand slapped. Agree, if I had the enterprise activation password, I could reset it myself in the options screen, I think.
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The Ea password is set specifically for you and is only good for 48 hours before a new one needs to be set. If you have DM installed for Enterprise use on a work computer you can connect to that and EA will start.
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I never call my IT dept.
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I never call my IT dept.
I would imagine the BlackBerry users call you
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Ok, I'm hooked back up, didn't get whooped up on too bad by the IT dude. One thing, with the multiple calandar options, it's repeating my default desktop calendar and the device default calendar when I go to view all calendars. (So, any entry is doubled up.) Any way around this, or, do I have to go in and delete all the device entrys? I think the option to use the calandars for different e-mail accounts, with different colored entrys is neat.
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Old 09-04-2009, 02:58 PM   #148 (permalink)
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Wonder when RIM will finally put a Thai version to the eastAsian. BB 83XX Series have been in Thailand for so long. - -* all the new BOLD and curves and storm etc. all have Thai language support.

However, will try this OS later until I cant the .110 version i currently use for backup.
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