Removing corporate email?
I have a 9850 from work, when it was send to me it didn't have it linked to my corporate email(that I never use)
So it is not a requirement for me to have it on the phone.
I asked how to instate it, they gave me a password and the phone started downloading
all kinds off service books.
How do I delete this email account from the phone, if this can't be done, what If I do a security wipe.
Will these service books plus email account be pushed back on the phone?
Thanks for your time
- 05-06-2012, 02:34 PM #2
Is your device on BIS or BES?
If it is on BES, just log in to the BIS site and remove it, or even try removing it from the email setup, if it is BES, speak with your works IT department,
- 05-07-2012, 03:21 AM #4
if the phone is linked to your company server with their email, no matter what you do the phone will try to re-register on it. so you may be stuck. you will need to contact your network admin to remove it from BES if you dont want to get your corporate emails on it anymore. they can set it up so you can get both corporate and personal. is that what you want?Apple iPhone 5 - iOS 6
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I don't need the corporate emails, talked to the IT guy, he offered to take it off the bb email server.
Will that disable the connection with the outlook account that I have with them?
What other ramifications will that have?
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05-15-2012, 03:41 AM #7
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To be clear, you will still get emails to both outlook and your BBy, but stuff like the calendar, tasks, meeting requests sent mail etc wont sync as they used to across the BES.
There may be one or two alternatives if you really need that level of sync, other than that it only updates across BB desktop.
- 05-26-2012, 12:27 AM #8
You can remove the IT policy through the Desktop Software.
Reset to Factory Defaults - This option is the method described in this article. Along with removing application data from the BlackBerry smartphone, this option also removes any IT policies applied from a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. This method does NOT remove third-party applications or erase the media card on the BlackBerry smartphone.
Note: A Reset to Factory Defaults will also remove additional built-in media storage data.