Ever seen/heard of the installation and configuration working all the way up to this screen, but not allowing the user to enable the sync options? Note that they can select between Removable/Internal without a problem.
Device is a Droid X (Verizon).
Server is 220.127.116.11. No SSL, device security exempt.
We've been successful enabling other Android devices (including 4 other Droid X's).
Configuring a Barracuda for round-robin or failover
Fri, Sep 21st 2012 2:09p David Brown Shamelessly grabbed directly from the help file...
Destination Server Name/IP - IP address or hostname that receives email after the spam and virus scans. It is usually best to use a hostname rather than an IP address so that the destination mail server can be moved and DNS updated at any time without any changes to the Barracuda Spam & Virus Firewall.
If you set Use MX Records below to Yes, you must enter a domain name for this field. If multiple servers are specified, then the [read] Keywords: apple
Registering new users with PIRC enabled by default
Wed, Feb 15th 2012 9:12a David Brown In the process of enabling PIRC (http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?ca=kb&rs=899&uid=swg21501675), it occurs to me that there doesn't seem to be a direct way of PIRC-enabling the new file upon mail database creation. Sure it is easy enough to set the advanced property for all databases in a directory, etc, but that is only as good as the moment you do that. The mailfile for the next user to be registered (and their clustered mail database(s) also created during registration) [read] Keywords: ibm
Tip on using BES Transporter
Mon, Feb 6th 2012 1:09p David Brown BES Transporter is a powerful tool included in the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Resource Kit.
I recently used BES Transporter to move active users from a 4.1.6 customer-managed BES to a 5.0.3 BES hosted at a GBS datacenter. The beauty is that the users were unaware that the move even happened. They did not have to wipe or reactivate their devices as part of the process.
However, in the pilot phase, I did encounter one glitch that even stumped RIM support.
Suffice to say, you can create r [read] Keywords: bes
Bug in Barracuda 250 response after hostname/domain change
Mon, Oct 31st 2011 11:11a David Brown I encountered the following bug today in a Barracuda SMTP 250 response after the default host name and domain is changed (Basic > IP Configuration > Domain Configuration)...
Updates to this field are properly reflected in the initial 220 handshake, but the 250 response continues to refer to the previously configured host name and domain.
Barracuda is logging it as a code bug and will hopefully be resolving it in a future firmware release, but the good news is that the workaround is sim [read] Keywords: bug
A treasure trove of ID Vault knowledge
Thu, Oct 6th 2011 1:11p David Brown You read the Admin help, you attended the Lotusphere sessions; now take your knowledge of ID Vault to the next level. Check out...
Wiki article contributions by Nancy E Kho
For instance, lets say you just noticed a plethora of replication conflicts in your ID Vault. After the initial panic subsides, what do you do? Delete the rep conflicts?
Nope! The next time the user modifies her ID file and resynchronizes with the ID vault, the vault will automatically merge the multiple entries, end [read] Keywords: admin
Password prompt bug in Traveler for Android
Fri, May 27th 2011 9:08a David Brown Seeing an intermittent Traveler prompt on your Android device, "Your Lotus Notes ID password is required to sign or encrypt the email"?
There's a fix for that. You can either wait for the next official release or open a PMR and ask for the latest "interim fix" build of Traveler for Android. (One that includes the fix for LO61077 - DELETE SIGNED MAIL ON ANDROID CAUSES PROMPT.)
In many cases, the prompt is seen after an extended lull in the normal sync schedule (i.e. during the first [read] Keywords: id vault