BlackBerry Enterprise Server permissions

The BlackBerry® Enterprise Server requires specific permissions for the Microsoft® SQL Server® that hosts the BlackBerry Configuration Database and for the messaging server in the test environment.

Item

Permission

Microsoft SQL Server

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server must have an account with the following credentials:
  • login
  • password

Microsoft® Exchange 2007

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server must have an account that is named BESAdmin with the following permissions:
  • Owner for all public folders
  • ExtendedRight
  • Receive As
  • ms-Exch-Store-Admin
  • Log on Locally with Local Permissions
  • Log On As A Service
Each BlackBerry device user must have the following permissions:
  • Send As
  • Read for all public folders
  • Visible for all public folders
  • Schedule+free and busy for the system public folder

Microsoft Exchange 2003

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server must have an account that is named BESAdmin. The account must be a member of the Domain User group and have the following permissions:
  • Exchange View Only Administrator with a minimum access level of Administrative Groups
  • Send As
  • Receive As
  • Administer Information Store
  • Owner permission on all public folders

IBM® Lotus® Domino®

In the Server document for the computer that hosts the IBM® Lotus® Domino® server, the Run unrestricted methods and operation field must include the LocalDomainServers group.

Novell® GroupWise®


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