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Old 05-25-2006, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Intranet Access - but via network mapping?

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Hey Guys,

We have been successful connecting to pretty much all our internal servers using the Blackberry Browser. The one thing I can not seem to do is connect to our Intranet website. We have our intranet.html file on our mapped G: drive - so when we connect to our Intranet - we would see the following link in the Internet Explorer address bar:

G:\intranet\intranet.html

Is there a way for me to hit this Internal webpage via my Blackberry? What do I have to setup to get this done?

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If you just have a static html file on a shared network drive, I dont think you can access that directly from the BlackBerry. You can try emailing that html file to your BlackBerry as an attachment, mark the email as saved (so it does get purged after x number of days), and finally open the attachment on the BlackBerry. Other than that, server the file up on webserver.
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