1. chocolatelady's Avatar
    We had to reformat my hard drive as a result of a problem with MS Outlook. The Blackberry software re-loaded fine and is running fine with one exception - I'm getting absolutely innundated with emails from what seems to be a RIM server (over 200 emails in the last 2 days!). Here's a sample:

    RIM_bca28a80-e9c0-11d1-87fe-00600811c6a2

    network@etp1107.etp.na.blackberry.net

    This message is used to carry data between the BlackBerry handheld and an associated server. Please do not delete, move or respond to this message - it will be processed by the server.

    BEGINETP 200
    Ad2rlIkAAAAAIBAIMjA2OTI0MzYgHWluZm9AY29wcGVya2V0dG xlY2hvY29sYXRlLmNhAIz6
    GIBQBUNJQ0FMA0CAgICBAgAAMEYzQzI0MEJBK0crMQCiohqINJ Az7aTW2Lbz7HO8ABl67J6w
    ivyh+HKMsESZpE0dy/I9NA2hSkoU+b6k8Mwb5E5SRXvj2uR8ulNVQNAS+pVSqf+dpXmB 5Njy
    ckHlK+oCbOvXPojJE/InGj3DXfeZ2AFUWZGIpDVzmqGmquq/ots!
    ENDETP 1226219151

    All the emails seem to be identical with the exception of the return address - the etp numbers change each time. There's also an etp.dat file (301 b) attached to each email.

    This never happened prior to reloading the software, and it's driving me nuts - the mail alert is going off constantly. I've already had over 60 of these emails just this morning.

    Can anyone help make it stop?????
    03-20-08 11:04 AM
  2. Apollo_Creed's Avatar
    You may want to reinstall the blackberry software on your computer. Uninstall it then reinstall. After you do that, redo the software on your blackberry. It's going to take you a minute but you can try that. Before you do that though, try resending your service books first to see if that helps.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    03-20-08 11:17 AM
  3. mexicalidude85's Avatar
    just out of curiosity, do you have your phone connected to your PC? and do you have the settings on the redirector for the desktop manager to not deliver when the phone is connected?
    03-20-08 01:12 PM
  4. Ben546's Avatar
    The issue here is because when you installed your blackberry desktop manager you chose blackberry enterprise server, as apposed to blackberry internet service during the initial configuration.

    Go into your service books on your hand held, and delete any service books that say desktop.

    Then reinstall your desktop manager client and make sure you select blackberry internet service during the installation.

    That should fix your issue, no need to wipe your hand software on your phone.
    03-20-08 02:40 PM
  5. chocolatelady's Avatar
    Thank you all so much for your advice - I've deleted the service books that said desktop, and I've reloaded the software, ensuring the internet and not the enterprise option was selected. Now I'll wait for the beep and keep my fingers crossed that it's not another ream of emails from space ...
    03-20-08 06:46 PM
  6. Hazysky's Avatar
    I think things will be ok! Welcome to CB.
    03-20-08 06:51 PM
  7. meda27839's Avatar
    Probably a dum questions but.........Can you still do that if you have a company phone that does not have internet access???

    Thanks...
    04-17-08 05:59 PM
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