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Old 02-13-2007, 03:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I get a wierd error when attempting to log in. I get the error message:

Server Error (314)

Anyone know what I have done wrong? Or how to find out more info about his problem?
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Default Error Codes Defined

The problem still exsists however Blackberry sent me this. It is a list of the error codes and what they mean. It might come in handy for all those using Enterprise Messenger

The following table contains errors you may see displayed on the BlackBerry device when you try to log in to the Enterprise Messenger client.

Error Code or Message Description
100 Failed to log in
101 Access denied
102 Invalid credentials
103 Server is busy
104 Already signed in
110 Invalid account
111 Duplicate contact ID
112 Contact not found
113 Cannot add yourself
120 Contact limit exceeded
121 Invalid group name
122 Duplicate group
123 Group limit exceeded
300 Internal server error
301 Feature not supported
302 Cannot connect
303 Server logout
304 Login failed
312 BlackBerry Collaboration Service is shut down
313 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) transaction timeout
314 Invalid certificate
315 TCP failed or signing in to SIP Communications Service failed because the service is temporarily unavailable.
316 TLS failed. An HTTPS or TCP connection could not be made.
317 Time skew/authentication failure because of a time skew between client and server.
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