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Old 03-20-2007, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to found out what these IPS are? I use Verizon but when i send email it goes through BB servers no? Need the IPS so i can give them to my IT guys to allow it. Currently they they are blocking all send as spoofs.
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They won't need the IP addresses. It sounds like you on Blackberry Enterprise Service (BES)?
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Is there a way to found out what these IPS are? I use Verizon but when i send email it goes through BB servers no? Need the IPS so i can give them to my IT guys to allow it. Currently they they are blocking all send as spoofs.
Actually, it sounds like maybe you're using BIS against your company's email, and maybe they're blocking it intentionally?? If your company has a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, you need to connect through it rather than trying to use, for example, Outlook Web Access.
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