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Posts: 11
Registered: ‎04-16-2011
My Device: Bold 9700
My Carrier: VF DE

Traveler 9 & BES 10.1.1 - no need for traveler policies ?

Hi,

 

i have a question regarding configuring traveler with BES.

 

Is the setting from BES regarding the email synchronisation or the traveler policy (which we don't have yet) or the traveler standard policy setting (which are applied at the first contact) the one which counts on the Z10/Q10 device ?

 

I just dumped a users traveler information and at the end of the file i get this info:

 

########## Database Usage (Fri Sep 06 08:35:56 CEST 2013) ##########
Description: Information about how many records the user has in the Traveler database.  The more records a user has, the more capacity the user is consuming.
             After the record counts, the current filters are included.  If a user has a large number of records, it may be caused by filter settings that are unintended or undesireable.
----- Document Usage by Type -----
Mail:           93368       
Calendar:       168         
Contacts:       793         
To Do:          4           
Notebook:       0           
Folder:         83          

----- Device Filters -----
BB2B3FA617           Mail         0130906receiveddate>=last:30:days
BB2B3FA617           Calendar     0130814startdate>=last:90:days
BB2B3FA617           Contacts     0130814   
BB2B3FA617           To Do        0130814complete=f
BB2B3FA617           Notebook     0130814modtime>=last:7:days
BB2B3FA617           Folder       0130814  

 

We have many BBs that have a short lifetime even when in standby.

 

Anyone also has experienced this ?

 

Greets

Stephan

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Posts: 3
Registered: ‎09-13-2013
My Device: Z10
My Carrier: VF DE

Re: Traveler 9 & BES 10.1.1 - no need for traveler policies ?

Hi Stephan,

 

I'm not sure but you might be running into the same problem we had using traveler 9 with Z10 devices. Some Z10s kept getting warm and emptied the battery in 4 - 5 hours.

You should patch your traveler, it fixes that particular problem.

 

LO75132serverDuplicate sent folder items seen on BlackBerry 10 device.
LO75136ServerDevice may loop on unexpected configuration change reducing battery life and increasing data usage.