03-28-2012 08:55 AM
I have installed the BlackBerry Device Service and it work well with Playbooks (without BMF for the moment).
I have one question about how the BDS works :
I create a user and I assign it an "email profiles" to synchronise mail, calendar, etc.. data with Exchange 2010 server.
It work well but I don't know what are the parameters the BDS has written on the user's mailbox on Exchange 2010 and if the BDS is written something on the mailbox (like the BES).
If I stop the BlackBerry Dispatcher and router Services, the Playbook is unable to receive and send any emails
When I create the email profile directly on the playbook using activsync parameters (without BDS), I can stop the BlackBerry Dispatcher and Router services without interrupt the mail flow within Exchange and my Playbook.
Something to help me understand how the BDS work ?
03-30-2012 11:32 AM
There's a good diagram on page 19 of this document.
03-30-2012 04:24 PM
Many thanks but I knew that diagram and it don't explain the differences between the mail flow when the Playbook is used with an external WIFI connection and when it used with a work wifi connection or VPN WIFI connection.
The diagram seems to indicate that only mail flows from playbook used with an external WIFI connection are managed by the BDS server.
Is it true ?
That is my question.
04-10-2012 04:34 PM