07-02-2013 05:51 AM
I found a list of supported ActiveSync Policies here:
Can anybody please confirm that this means that message size limits are not supported?
That would be disappointing and surprising, because for a lot of my customers this was one of the most important feature in BES 5. Thats why I cannot really believe it...
07-17-2013 09:04 AM
incoming or outgoing size limits?
Exchange 2010 can restrict them
07-18-2013 03:57 AM
Yes it can and so can Notes Traveler for incoming - or lets say: The option is available in Traveler, but it does not work for incoming email on BB 10 Device (Z10) and on Playbook. The above linked document does not list "Email body truncation size" as supported ActiveSync policy and a comparison matrix in wikipedia states that BlackBerry 10 indeed does not support it.
But I do not really trust those. So, do you have such policies in place for your Z10 and Q10? Do they work?
Thank you for your help,
07-18-2013 01:46 PM
we have mostly unlimited plans here so we have it set to 20 meg for all
we warn users when roaming that they will be responsible for charges and no exceptions will be made
There is 2010 active sync policies on Exchange
07-22-2013 04:19 AM
Thank you very much for your detailed response.
But basically you do not have personal experience that it works nor an official statement that it is supported, right?
My personal experience is, that is does not work and I told my customers that BlackBerry 10 does not support it. I would like to be proven wrong, because it was such an important feature in BES <= 5 to minimize the message size, I do not want to believe that BlackBerry made such an embarrassing mistake.
Please prove me wrong