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    I work in IT and I am on a rotating on-call. So the 'luxury' of switching to 'Personal' mode when not on-call appeals to me.
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    balance has to be there for the average consumer....agreed with that
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    balance has to be there for the average consumer....agreed with kae77 and rub3n5
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    I doubt it requires BES10, since the principal communications protocol is ActiveSync, not BES/BIS.

    It probably sets up two sandboxes, and if corporate IT sends the kill command, it only nukes the "work" sandbox. Additional features like work-only or work-authorized apps probably require BES10, but I'd be surprised if basic functionality wasn't available with regular ActiveSync.
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    I would like BlackBerry Balance in order to prevent my BIS accounts getting wiped out when I travel and have to use a temporary non BIS data plan sim. One of my greatest annoyances!

    Quote Originally Posted by brmiller1976 View Post
    I doubt it requires BES10, since the principal communications protocol is ActiveSync, not BES/BIS.

    It probably sets up two sandboxes, and if corporate IT sends the kill command, it only nukes the "work" sandbox. Additional features like work-only or work-authorized apps probably require BES10, but I'd be surprised if basic functionality wasn't available with regular ActiveSync.
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