1. sjefferson21's Avatar
    I have a BB 9900 (personal device), which my company recently put onto their BES server. I still have access to my personal BIS email as well. I have recently been laid off, but my manager is allowing me to keep the line active. The problem is, I want the BES email account off of my device. How do I do this?
    02-16-12 04:52 PM
  2. dsquared2's Avatar
    I have a BB 9900 (personal device), which my company recently put onto their BES server. I still have access to my personal BIS email as well. I have recently been laid off, but my manager is allowing me to keep the line active. The problem is, I want the BES email account off of my device. How do I do this?
    That PIN will have to be assigned to BIS i would assume by the IT department or something. Also, the IT policy would have to be removed.
    02-16-12 04:53 PM
  3. sjefferson21's Avatar
    So, once they add BES onto my phone, they have control over my device? I have to reach out to them to remove it?
    02-16-12 06:57 PM
  4. dsquared2's Avatar
    So, once they add BES onto my phone, they have control over my device? I have to reach out to them to remove it?
    That PIN is currently registered on the BES servers, somehow the IT dept/BlackBerry will have to assign it to BIS. There's also an IT policy that will need to be removed. This is how they have corporate blackberries for each company on the same servers, all the PINs are registered on that Company's servers
    02-16-12 07:01 PM
  5. albertinik's Avatar
    02-16-12 07:25 PM
  6. kjjb0204's Avatar
    02-16-12 08:51 PM
  7. kjjb0204's Avatar
    That PIN will have to be assigned to BIS i would assume by the IT department or something

    Not true. Don't need IT to do anything.
    02-16-12 08:52 PM
  8. dsquared2's Avatar
    Not true. Don't need IT to do anything.
    I said that b/c it's easier when they do it
    02-16-12 08:53 PM
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