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Old 02-14-2006, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry I am going CRAZY..Enterprise Activ.

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I searched this forum for about 2 hours and then decided...the heck with it, I'm registering.
I downloaded that software (the 4.0 one) and updated my BlackBerry (I have a 7290) and I typed in the isp.cingular info in the TCP section. At the top left of the home screen there is the Enterprise Activation option and when I click it, it asks for and Email and Password, and my PIN number is right underneath it already written in.
How do I get an Email and Password to enter so I can go through with the Activation process?

I am so sorry to ask this if it has been asked before but I tried.
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Old 02-14-2006, 08:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That icon is for activating BES which is through your work. If you are going to use the BB on a personal level and not through work you do not activate that, just hide the icon, if you are going to use it through work (and this is your personal BB I would not recommend it because you would be subjecting yourself to all sorts of IT Policies which could restrict your usage). You can still forward work email via outlook to your BB account/ IF you just bought this and have not set up a Web client account through your carrier, call them and do so, you need a data plan to be able to use your email and do browsing. If on the other hand this is a BB supplied by your work I would go to the person in charge of the Blackberries or IT department and ask them to help you activate the BES.
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Yeah, I really just want to be able to browse the internet. How do you hide it? Does it cost money to get internet on your Handheld?
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Old 02-15-2006, 12:38 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Does it cost money to get internet on your Handheld?
You must have a BlackBerry data plan from your cellular provider. No data plan = no internet.
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To the OP, I would highly recommend you read the "Attention New Users" thread, and the FAQs on this site, your questions will be answered.
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That icon is for activating BES which is through your work. If you are going to use the BB on a personal level and not through work you do not activate that, just hide the icon, if you are going to use it through work (and this is your personal BB I would not recommend it because you would be subjecting yourself to all sorts of IT Policies which could restrict your usage). You can still forward work email via outlook to your BB account/ IF you just bought this and have not set up a Web client account through your carrier, call them and do so, you need a data plan to be able to use your email and do browsing. If on the other hand this is a BB supplied by your work I would go to the person in charge of the Blackberries or IT department and ask them to help you activate the BES.
I bought a BB from somebody on a BES, the phone is still restricted and the person doesn't know how to get his company to remove it from the BES. How can I get this overrided or fixed?
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Old 03-10-2006, 03:37 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Old 03-11-2006, 08:00 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I bought a BB from somebody on a BES, the phone is still restricted and the person doesn't know how to get his company to remove it from the BES. How can I get this overrided or fixed?
First have the guy call his company IT department and have them remove the pin from the BES. Then follow the instructions on this link. I've not tried it but read happy posts on here from those that have....good luck.

http://users.tpg.com.au/dan1e1w/
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