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APR Introduces Blackberry Enterprise 4.1.6

May 5, 2009

You may not know it but we’ve recently upgraded our Blackberry Enterprise Server to a newer version with enhanced features. Most importantly the new version has enhanced attachment support. Here’s some of the key features you receive when getting your email through APR’s Blackberry Server.


You can now open the following attachment types on your Blackberry with no additional third party software:

*Microsoft Office Documents – DOC, XLS, PPT,RTF,DOT (Including Office 2007)

*WAV files

*PDF files

*ZIP files

*Various graphic files JPG, TIF, GIF,BMP,PNG

*HTM and HTML Hotlinks


With other “Smart Phones” including the iPhone if your phone is lost or stolen whomever ends up with it can access all of your personal data including emails, calendar, and contacts with a few publicly available software hacking programs!

Blackberry Enterprise Software has another feature that already exists that you may not know about. If you are a member of APR’s Blackberry Enterprise server and your phone is lost or stolen APR can protect your phone and you from identity theft. If this happens, notify APR IT immediately. We can lock the phone, change its password, prevent outbound phone calls, and even delete all personal data from the device if needed. This not only protects YOU, but protects YOUR CLIENTS’ personal information from being stolen and solicited or worse!


  • Reply
    Kevin Keenan
    May 6, 2009 at 8:15 pm

    It’s totally automatic. You are all set. As always if you have any trouble with your Blackberry, please call the helpdesk or speak with your office’s FSE!

  • Reply
    sandra myers
    May 14, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    Kevin, does the Blackberry have the “e-key” function or do we need a separate device? Thanks, Sandra

  • Reply
    May 18, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    I have a 755P Palm Treo with Palm Software. Very user Friendly. It is time to upgrade and Treo has not turned out a great replacement for this product.
    I looked into the 8900 Blackberry and it looks good, but Verizon does not support this Model. Does anyone know when Verizon will come out with an upgraded Blackberry.

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