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Cannot Send VCard from BlackBerry

Posted on 2009-07-15
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When we try to send a vcard from our BlackBerry we get the following error:

< #5.6.0 smtp;550 5.6.0 M2MCVT.StorageError; storage error in content conversion>

We are using BlackBerry Professional Software. I see that this is a bug with BB and there is a fix for BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), but does anyone know if there is a fix for Pro?
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What version of BPS are you using 4.1.4.3?
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by:gtuzzato
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have the same problem on BPS 4.1.3 with exchange server 2007
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by:leatherleaf
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The BPS version is 4.1.4.17
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by:DanieldeBoer
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Same problem here with the Blackberry Pro software and Exchange 2007.
I hope there will be a fix soon.
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Has anyone found an answer to this yet??
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