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Old 01-22-2007, 04:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to help my coworker install the Gmail application on his new 8703e BB and it is giving an error that the connection is denied. I think his ogre hands accidentally clicked the wheel down to deny http (or https) connections to google or gmail. Is there a way to clear the selection?
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Old 01-22-2007, 04:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try

Options

Advanced

Applications

Find Gmail application
Click Trackwheel
Scroll to Edit Permissions
Click That

there you can adjust the settings to ALLOW


this might work.
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Here are my settings.

Connections - Custom
USB - ALLOW
BLUETOOTH - ALLOW
PHONE - PROMPT
COMPANY NETWORK - PROMPT
CARRIER INTERNET - PROMPT

INTERACTIONS
INTERPROCESS COMM. - ALLOW
KEYSTROKE INJECTION - DENY
BROWSER FILTERS - DENY
THEME DATA - ALLOW

USER DATA
EMAIL - ALLOW
PIM - ALLOW
KEYSTORE - ALLOW
KEYSTOKE SEC. ALLOW

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If that doesnt work - then click the bottom of Edit Permissions and there is a reset firewall promts...that might reset the question, though, I am not sure.
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Yes reset the firewall.
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Thanks Stinsonddog, reseting the firewall did the trick.
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