Remember, rich content may kick the crap out of your BES. Maybe time to move that attachment service.....

Not all providers are supporting it yet. I just checked AT&T and Sprint and neither are yet. Here is the official email:

Attention IT Administrators: Discover a whole new world of BlackBerry

BlackBerry Device Software 4.5 is now available


Increase your workers productivity by letting them do more with their BlackBerry smartphone

The free upgrade to BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 provides new features for your end users to increase their productivity and connectivity.

BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 will be made available for download at

Go to to learn more about options for upgrading users and how BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 is being rolled out.

This BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 provides key new features

Here's what your users can expect:
> HTML and Rich Text Email Rendering 1
> Attachment Viewing and File Downloading and Editing 2
> Free-Busy Calendar Lookup 2
> Remote Search for Messages 2
> Advanced Enterprise Instant Messaging and Presence 2
> Over-the-Air Smartphone Software Upgrades 3

Want an easy way to deploy to all your users?

Use BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager at

BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager is a web-based version of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager which IT Adminstrators can configure to enable users to upgrade to BlackBerry Device Software v4.5.


1) Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1.6, available now for Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino.
2) Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1.5 and BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 or above.
3) Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1.4 and BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 or above.

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Darren Duke   |   September 25 2008 09:44:13 AM   |    blackberry    |  
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