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Old 09-26-2008, 02:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm wondering since I added my yahoo acct. to my curve, and receive my Outlook Exchange and Yahoo email on my BB... does the yahoo mail go "through" my companies BES at all?? I would be horrified if they have copies of all my personal yahoo emails. Is this possible or does all POP accts. arrive on my phone via the internet only...non push?

Also, when I delete emails on my PC at home, it does not reflect on the curve but vice versa does. How do I fix that?

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Old 09-26-2008, 05:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted (off to see the wizard)

Yes if the device is attached to the companies BES they can see your yahoo email if needed
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The best advice to give is if you are worried about keeping your personal stuff personal, don't put it on a company device. Get one for just your personal stuff.
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Wirelessly posted (off to see the wizard)

Yes if the device is attached to the companies BES they can see your yahoo email if needed
Can you please explain how this is possible?
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BES is designed for centralized device management. That's how.
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Not a helpful answer. Granted we do not route all IP traffic thru the BES just enterprise email and I don't directly manage our BES platform, but I do not recall ever seeing users POP email there.
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Old 09-26-2008, 12:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Can you please explain how this is possible?
It's not possible. (Not entirely sure why this misinformation continues to perpetuate itself in this forum.)
Incoming BIS messages cannot be audited by a corporate BES.

Outbound BIS messages can be, if they are forced to be routed through BES.
In this case, the outbound message will actually be sent by the BES email account, not the BIS account. The BES admin can enforce this behavior via IT Policy.
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Old 09-26-2008, 02:05 PM   #8 (permalink)
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It's not possible. (Not entirely sure why this misinformation continues to perpetuate itself in this forum.)
Incoming BIS messages cannot be audited by a corporate BES.

Outbound BIS messages can be, if they are forced to be routed through BES.
In this case, the outbound message will actually be sent by the BES email account, not the BIS account. The BES admin can enforce this behavior via IT Policy.
Thats my take on it too. Thanks for the reply. Figured I'd ask in case someone knew more then me.

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It's not possible. (Not entirely sure why this misinformation continues to perpetuate itself in this forum.)
Incoming BIS messages cannot be audited by a corporate BES.

Outbound BIS messages can be, if they are forced to be routed through BES.
In this case, the outbound message will actually be sent by the BES email account, not the BIS account. The BES admin can enforce this behavior via IT Policy.
I am corrected and now know better

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