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Mar 09,  · I have a blackberry and i keep getting spam. It isn't from my email, which was what i thought at first, but it is actually PIN messages, or whatever. i don't really have many friends with blackberries, and the ones i do know with blackberries just send me regular text messages, so is there any way to disable PIN messages, or to block the spam?Status: Open. Aug 01,  · If many BlackBerry users in your enterprise have this issue, there is a setting that may be made on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server that will cause the BES to briefly delay redirection so your Lotus Notes Domino spam filters have time to work before the messages are redirected. Any idea why I am getting Spam load up, randomly, on my phone? I assumed it might have been an app but the last two I loaded, I got rid of. So it can't be that.


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Save hours in development time and avoid common mistakes by learning the best practices to use for JavaScript. IT issues often require a personalized solution. Start 7-Day Free Trial, spam blackberry. Experts Exchange. Log In. Sign Up. I have read several posts regarding this without any definate answer that would work.

I have a BES v4 as connector to an exchange box. All my incoming and outgoing mail goes first through my spam blackberry mail relay GFI mail essentials antispam server.

Spam hits the inbox of the users and within a fraction of a second, it is directed properly to spam blackberry spam area bypassing the user. Is there any way to have my blackberry server release its mail to handhelds after GFI antispam does its job? Perhaps setting a priority server side to have GFI deal with its traffic before Blackberry in that order. This is bothersome as the users inbox on Outlook shows nothing but all the filtered spam still gets directed to MY EXEC's blackberries.

Start Free Trial, spam blackberry. Do more with. View Solution Only. Commented: Not sure much can be done spam blackberry this problem without some change in the way the exchange server deals with the GFI connector To create a similar process in your situation, will, if it's possible at all, will require changes to either the GFI interface or to Exchange itself, spam blackberry.

Author Commented: Gfi just analyses Inbox for spam and does what it needs to do. That creates the problem because it hits the inbox first before cleaning unwanted spam. Thank you for your help with this, but it is starting to look like a lost cause until RIM creates a mechanism to allow an incoming mail delay spam blackberry Antispam suites can do there job first. I thought maybe other blackberry users may have had similar issues with resolutions in this forum as it is directly related.

As I said, this is not a Blackberry issue In the example I gave of our setup That seems like the spam blackberry bet Learn More! Hello Chitchcock, If you are still having difficutiles with spam filtering setting up process delay on the bes may help.

The delay worked, spam blackberry. It gives just enought time for spam to process properly spam blackberry Blackberry delivers it to handhelds. Thanks for your help. RomMod, Good call, mhills had come up with the correct solution. Not the solution you were looking for? Learn More. All rights reserved. Covered by US Patent. Privacy Policy Terms of Use.

 

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Any idea why I am getting Spam load up, randomly, on my phone? I assumed it might have been an app but the last two I loaded, I got rid of. So it can't be that. Aug 01,  · If many BlackBerry users in your enterprise have this issue, there is a setting that may be made on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server that will cause the BES to briefly delay redirection so your Lotus Notes Domino spam filters have time to work before the messages are redirected. Corporate BlackBerry users should have a technical support team and an IT department that can chance the mail settings of the account. It's likely that a spam filter can be applied by your administrators. If you are using your BlackBerry for personal use and use the BlackBerry Internet Service, continue to Step 2.