08-29-2005, 11:20 AM
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First of all, if you had searched you would have realized that we don't really agree with these types of posts, and are generally looked down on. Nearly all of us here are professionals, either users or administrators.
To sum it up though, those policies were set there by your company's admin guys. They are there for a reason. If the blackberry is on their dime, you should adhere to their policies. If it is your blackberry and you are paying for it, you are connecting to their systems and likewise must adhere to their policies.
Also keep in mind that as this site is growing exponentially every day, it's more than likely your administrators read this forum and thread titles such as "hacking BES!!!!" are probably going to draw their attention. It wouldn't be terribly hard to figure out a user that is trying to compromise the security policies set in place and disable that user permenantly, simply by the information in his/her posts.
Lastly, no. There is no way to "bypass" your companies security standards.