08-29-2008 11:56 AM
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10-09-2008 10:56 AM
I wouldn't necessarily call this a waste of time. I would recognize that there are several other interesting features of BlackBerry Unite! that may be of interest to our users.Sharing calendar events and contacts, sending/receiving emails, and remote device administration are just a few.
Do you have multiple users that require access to a central calendar or contact? You can now share this information with up to 5 users.
Do you want to send and receive emails through a secure system? BlackBerry Unite! uses AES encryption when sending/receiving messages to/from the BlackBerry smartphone.
Lost a device and want to make sure the information stored on the device is erased? Would you like to set a password to lock out the device? You can do this!
BlackBerry Unite! offers you features to empower yourself to manage your smartphones from a central location and still maintain full functionality with security. I would suggest trying it out and let us know what you think.
10-10-2008 02:15 AM
Sorry let me correct myself. Using an 8700 that doesn't have a MicroSD card slot with Unite! and trying to use the remote file explorer / downloader is what I meant by a waste of time.
Seems like the people writing the ALX files for the exploring/downloading app aren't looking at ways to limit what types of devices the application goes to when it is sent down to the BlackBerry? Not sure if this is possible or not but will poke around the developer site.