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BES 5 SP2: Block Non-Corporate Email

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In BES 5 SP2 we'd like to block the sending and receiving of all non-corporate email.  Does anyone have a sample config of what they've done in IT policy to make this happen?  

We'd like to block the following (and anything I've missed):

1)  Non-corporate mail through the Email Setup Wizard (BIS?)
2)  Webmail through browsers on the Blackberry
3)  Blackberry email applications (ex., Blackberry Gmail app.  To my understanding the Gmail App doesn't use BIS).

Thanks!

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1) Under service exclusivity > Allow other Message Services set that to False.
2) Unless you are piping all Internet Traffic through MDS-CS then filter it there. Impossible.
3) Security Policy Group > Disallow Third Party Applications
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