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    Question set password timeout

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    Where i can set the password timeout?

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    Re: set password timeout

    If you are on a BES using an IT policy, you go to "device-only-items" in the IT policy and there should be a setting called maximum password age. This is where you can set the expiration for passwords. Not sure if it is different in BES 4.1 as i am only running BES 4.0. If this is not what your looking for, please post more details.

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    Re: set password timeout

    Sorry, but how can i open the IT policy?

    Im using BES 5.1

    Regards

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    Re: set password timeout

    Hello Herbert, welcome to pinstack. Im gonna let mcashman give you more advice, I just wanted to give a warm welcome to pinstack.

    Are you trying to set the policy for numerous BB's or just one?

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    Re: set password timeout

    On the BES, open BlackBerry Manager. Click on BlackBerry Domain on the left side. Click on the Edit Properties, or the Properties link. You should have an item named IT Policy in there. You should be able to click on the elipses (...) and in there you will have access to your IT Policies. This is how it's set up on our BES. It may be a bit different depending on mail client or version, but it should be similar to this I would guess. I would recommend not editing the default policy, but instead making a new one with any changes that would like.

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