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Old 03-16-2005, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Disabling Speed Dialing

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Question from a customer:

Is it possible to disable speed dialing from the main menu, but keep it enabled from within the phone application.

This particular guy keeps the BB is his pocket (I have suggested a nice leather case, but he wants to keep it in his pocket) and he occasionally hits (and must hold) a key from the main menu and dials out.

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Called my house at 5:00am this morning by doing the same thing. Needless to say, nobody was too happy with me.
This would be a nice feature to find.
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push a policy that locks his bberry after a minute
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I had the same problem on mine, but took a different approach to solving it. Under Security I changed "Lock Handheld Upon Holstering" to yes. When I put my BB into the holster the keyboard locks, and the screen saver kicks in. When I pull it out of the holster I hit the wheel twice to unlock the screen. If I had a password on it, it would have to enter the password to unlock it. However, I have made the stupid decision to disable the password for now.
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