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Have Verizon 8830 on BES. Started out with Desktop Redirector before BES went live on our Exchange Server and the Blackberry Browser worked fine. Now on BES, Browser does not function. The Browser Icon shows with a Padlock symbol. Any attempt to go to a webpage gives a "HTTP Error 503: Service Unavailable". Details are "MDS Service Unavailable: u6" My admin has not been able to figure it out as MDS seems fine at the BES level. All the services have been reset/resent from BES. Have completely deleted the entire Blackberry and reloaded / reauthorized on BES. Opera Browser, Blackberry email, contacts, etc. work fine.

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