Originally Posted by briankaufman
Sorry for the delay... I had to do some digging... The BES policy manual I keep handy didn't go into enough detail, so I had to dig up a whitepaper on it.
The answer is this regarding the BlackBerry Messenger audit policy:
"When auditing is enabled, all BlackBerry Messenger messages sent to or received from the device are stored in a database on the device. A report of the database is periodically sent to the Messenger audit address"
The report includes:
Messages, Display name updates, Content (files and images), and time-stamps.
So many policies, so little time :-D
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