Thanks. That doesn't work. My Desktop Manager is now 4.3, but when I click on Email Settings, it doesn't recognize my Lotus Notes password. Tells me:
Email Settings are not available without a connection to your messaging system.
So I restart the Desktop Manager, and it pops up a password window for Lotus Notes. So I enter the correct password, and it tells me:
The blackberry server is either unavailable or has been specified incorrectly.
This is not true, because I am connected to the Lotus Notes in the background! Using the very same server!
What should I do now? I did that key root certificate thing -- entered the new key without any problem. It reset all that, but still doesn't recognize my "messaging system".
Also, the firmware OS on my BB is 4.2.1. I tried looking for Enterprise Server OS here: https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads...7224027CE111BC
...and the highest is 4.1? Why? Why not 4.3 or whatever? Is this my problem? Have I somehow disjointed the Enterprise Server and the OS on my BB?
This is way too confusing, I hope BB will simplify this firmware upgrade process, or at least warn a user based on his present settings during the upgrade process!
Thanks for any tips.