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Old 06-02-2007, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ive started using hosted BES and noticed when i opened JT today I was asked :

"The application JiveTalk has requested a http connection to talk.beejive.com" and I was to either allow or deny the connection.

IT also said "dont ask this again for: all http connnections / http connections to talk.beejive.com"

After this it said: "The application JT has requested a socket connection to [ip]. Don't ask this again for: (a) al socket connections; (b) socket connections to [IP]" Again I was to allow or deny the connections.

What do these mean? Should I say to accept all http connections or just all beejive ones? What about for the socket connection? Should I allow all socket connections or all ones to that specific IP?

Do these in any way affect data usage (does it use more data than a non-BES plan) (limited data plan)

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I usually accept the ones for the particular application and tell it not to ask me again.

YES, it will use data.....if you leave it running all the time it may use more than your plan allows.
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I usually accept the ones for the particular application and tell it not to ask me again.

YES, it will use data.....if you leave it running all the time it may use more than your plan allows.
for the socket one, should i say to always accept the socket connection for that particular IP?

I know the application uses data, but wasnt sure if it would use more data than it would if i were not using hosted-BES as well. (have to be careful about data usage since im on a limited plan. by limited i mean 200mb which is apparently a lot even if you are IMing and web browsing so long as you arent tethering?)
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You have a 200MB plan? That's HUGE. I wouldn't worry about the data usage if that is accurate......

What carrier are you on?

If it were me, I'd select to accept for that particular IP.
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You have a 200MB plan? That's HUGE. I wouldn't worry about the data usage if that is accurate......

What carrier are you on?

If it were me, I'd select to accept for that particular IP.
im on rogers in Canada. 200 mb is the biggest plan we have.

$25/0.5 mb
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