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Old 09-25-2007, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK. It's probably here somewhere but not in the FAQ or accessible by searching.

I just installed a new app on my 8830 and when I went to set it up it attempted to access the Internet. I got the usual popup from the BB about "do you want to allow...". Because I'm old and my hand shakes I inadvertently clicked "deny the connection" (or something like it). Now I can't set the damn app up. Is there a way to unblock or otherwise get the BB to ask again? BTW I'm using BES, if that makes a difference.

If you've got a pointer to a post, please feel free to yell at me.

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OK! Found it. Sorry for the bother.

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Options > Advanced Options > Applications

Highlight the application, hit the menu key and select "Edit Permissions"
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Actually, as I noted at the end of my post (hard to notice, I know) I figured it out RIGHT AFTER I posted, which is always the way.

IAC, thanks very much anyway for taking the time to post and help me out.


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No problem - looks like we posted at about the same time. Glad you got things sorted.
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