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Hi there,

Sorry my first post here is a question, but I'm tearing my hair out over this.

My workplace employs a well known E-mail Filtration system (Given our noise to signal ratio is about 1000-1) to block Spam from cloggng up our network.

As a sys admin, I recieve these updates to my Blackberry as a matter of course. The issue that I have with this is that the software allows each individual user to see several different break-downs of the mails blocked that pointed to their address.

When these come through on my Blackberry 8800, I find that instead of having a hyperlink to this page (which I'm not really bothered about seeing on the BB), I have a 5-line long URL for each entry. This makes the mails virtually unreadable.

Is there any way to stop the BB8800 from trasnlating Hyperlinks into their plaintext URL address? Any hacks I could put on the device to make this happen?

Any replies much appreciated.
Matt
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Hi Matt,

Not sure if this is precisely what you are after but you may want to have a look at our product "BBSmart Email Viewer" which performs URL reduction (amongst a host of other things).

You can find out more information and download a free trial from: BBSmart Email Viewer - MobiHand Software
Some of the screenshots on that page demonstrate what I think you were after.

Or if you just want to install it right now without fuss, OTA link is:
BBSmart OTA Install

Let me know how you go.

Cheers,
eZainny.

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Hi there,

Sorry my first post here is a question, but I'm tearing my hair out over this.

My workplace employs a well known E-mail Filtration system (Given our noise to signal ratio is about 1000-1) to block Spam from cloggng up our network.

As a sys admin, I recieve these updates to my Blackberry as a matter of course. The issue that I have with this is that the software allows each individual user to see several different break-downs of the mails blocked that pointed to their address.

When these come through on my Blackberry 8800, I find that instead of having a hyperlink to this page (which I'm not really bothered about seeing on the BB), I have a 5-line long URL for each entry. This makes the mails virtually unreadable.

Is there any way to stop the BB8800 from trasnlating Hyperlinks into their plaintext URL address? Any hacks I could put on the device to make this happen?

Any replies much appreciated.
Matt
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