Although this article may apply in many implementations where Microsoft Exchange and BlackBerry devices interact, it is especially applicable in a deployment of the Microsoft Office 365 Dedicated and ITAR environment.
You find that content is missing after you activate your BlackBerry device.
Only a subset of content is synched to a newly activated device. In some cases, pre-population of older content does not occur.
The e-mail message pre-population feature in BES resends existing e-mail messages in the following scenarios:
- The PIN on a device is changed, or you switch to a new phone.
- A security wipe of the device occurs, and an enterprise activation is completed.
- Your BlackBerry smartphone PIN is cleared.
- You are removed and re-added to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Pre-population only includes a subset of older content. Prior to BES version 5.0.4 this older content usually includes five days of mail or 200 messages. If BES is running 5.0.4 then the pre-population settings change to 14 days or 1000 messages.
Additionally in BES 5.0.4, the option to select headers only in the message pre-population settings in the BlackBerry Administration Service is no longer available. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server will send the email header and body during every pre-population.
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