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Mapi Profile and blackBerry manager

Posted on 2009-04-15
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I am trying to setup BlackBerry Professional Software on my SBS Server. One of the steps involved includes setting up MAPI information through the Local Security Policy. As the SBS server is a DC how do I navigate to this area?

The exact error that I am trying to fix is "Failed to open the default message store using the MAPI profile "BlackberryManager"
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Use Domain Controller Security Policy.
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Did you follow the BES setup instructions, including the AD and ESM permissions?
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