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Old 09-11-2007, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I left my previous company, I switched from BES to BIS. But my 7100g default e-mail is set to "Desktop (Secure)," which no longer works (it worked fine when my BB was synched to my desktop e-mail through my corporate enterprise server).

I have several personal e-mail accounts on my BB, and I can manually switch each e-mail I compose to send using one of those accounts, but "Desktop" still appears as the default option.

How do I get rid of this and make one of my other accounts the default option? And does anyone know what the "Web Client" option does?

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Remove the Desktop service books from the device and reboot by removing the battery.
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Thank you, John. I found a posting that said to remove the Desktop (CMIME) service book, which I did. There are a bunch of other Desktop service books as well (Desktop BrowserConfig, Desktop SYNC, Desktop CICAL, IPPP, ALP, BBM, MDS). Should I remove all of these as well?
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Yes, delete all of the desktop service books if you are no longer on the BES.
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Okay, I have done so and rebooted. Seems to have worked. Thanks for the information, John!
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