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BES activation with BIS active


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This is driving me almost insane. I am trying to activate a Bold 9000 with the newly installed BES installation, but no matter what I try, the device always quits the activation process with a “server not responding” message.

Whereas BES installation was relatively trivial, BES activation seems to be absolutely weird …

I’ve read about the many possibilities why this can fail, starting from the order that the BES components are started [1] to a bug entry for zimbra [2]

All in all this seems to be the point where once more the disadvantages of closed source, proprietary protocols come to light, because the documentation is “limited” so say at most …

[1] http://thebackroomtech.com/2008/03/05/the-correct-order-to-stop-and-start-bes-services/
[2] http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=20668

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