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Old 06-02-2006, 08:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello Everyone,

I am running an 8700g on bis with outlook 2003. I have not had any problems like this before. Tjis is my seconb BB, so it's not a set-up issue.

All of my 'network@etp02.etp.na.blackberry.net' messages are now gwtting stuck in my outbox. It seems because of this I can't get ny new messages.

Anyone with any input woulb be a huge help???
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Old 06-02-2006, 08:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you try to do an Enterprise Activation or select "Desktop Redirector" at the time yoiu loaded Desktop Manager? You should not be getting any of those messages with BIS...
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Thanks for the info. I tried re-installing like you said. I believe that's how i originally installed it anyway. That didn't do anything. I'm on the Bharti os. My Desktop Manager version says 4.1.1.9, but in ass/chang programs it says 4.0.2?

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Try and do a "clean install" of Desktop Manager; search the forum for the instruction (I don';t have them handy). You may also have to delete a Service Book on your BlackBerry. These messages are caused by Desktop Redirector trying to forward messages (but you aren't running it).
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Thanks, I'll give it a shot
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Hey NJBlackBerry,

If you're out there. I followed your instructions to the letter. I re-installed Desktop Manager, and now my redirector doesn't work at all.

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does it state it's running/active? do you still have the desktop service books on your handheld?
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