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BlackBerry Enterprise Trait Tool traits

The BlackBerry® Enterprise Trait Tool includes the following traits that you can change to meet the requirements of your organization's environment.

Trait

Description

ACPByteSizeDeviceVersion

This trait specifies the minimum version of the BlackBerry® Device Software that can receive 8 bytes of ACP data. The typical amount of ACP data that the BlackBerry device can receive is 4 bytes. The BlackBerry® Enterprise Server checks the value of this trait to determine how many bytes of ACP data to send to the device. If the version of the BlackBerry Device Software that the device is running is earlier than the version that this trait specifies, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server sends the device 4 bytes of ACP data instead of 8 bytes. If you do not configure this trait, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server sends 8 bytes of ACP data to the device.

ActiveDirectoryLDAPConnectTimeout

This trait specifies the number of seconds that the BlackBerry Administration Service waits for the BlackBerry Administration Service and the Microsoft Active Directory to connect over LDAP before the connection times out.

The default value is 5.

BASPASBundleRequestVersionSupport

This trait specifies the version of the BundleRequest.xml file that the BlackBerry® Infrastructure supports. The default version is 1.0.

ContactSyncMaxRecordCount

This trait specifies the maximum number of contacts that the BlackBerry Enterprise Server processes each time the BlackBerry Messaging Agent checks the BlackBerry device users' calendars for new, updated, or deleted calendar entries. The default value is 10.

GroupWiseDisableConfirmEmailDelivery

This trait specifies whether a user can append the word "confirm" to the subject of email messages to receive an automatic confirmation that the email message was delivered to intended recipient. If you want to permit the BlackBerry Messaging Agent to send confirmations automatically when the BlackBerry Messaging Agent delivers email messages, change the value to false (0). If you want to prevent the BlackBerry Messaging Agent from sending confirmations automatically when the BlackBerry Messaging Agent delivers email messages, change the value to true (1). The default value is false (0), the BlackBerry Messaging Agent sends confirmations automatically when the BlackBerry Messaging Agent delivers email messages.

MailstoreAddressRefreshEnabled

This trait specifies whether you want the BlackBerry Mail Store Service to update the user directory in the BlackBerry Configuration Database. If you want the BlackBerry Mail Store Service to update the user directory in the BlackBerry Configuration Database, change the value to true (1). If you do not want the BlackBerry Mail Store Service to update the user directory in the BlackBerry Configuration Database, change the value to false (0). The default value is true (1), the BlackBerry Mail Store Service updates the user directory in the BlackBerry Configuration Database.

PolicyThrottlingAppPush

This trait specifies whether the BlackBerry Policy Service uses throttling to send applications the same way that it throttles IT policies and service books. If you want the BlackBerry Policy Service to send applications using throttling in the same way that it throttles IT policies and service books, change the value to true (1). If you do not want the BlackBerry Policy Service to send applications using throttling in the same way that it throttles IT policies and service books, change the value to false (0).

The default value is false (0), the BlackBerry Policy Service does not use throttling to send applications the same way that it throttles IT policies and service books.

PolicyThrottlingInProcessJobs

This trait specifies the maximum number of processes for IT policies or processes for service books that a BlackBerry Policy Service can run at one time before the BlackBerry Policy Service schedules additional processes for IT policies or processes for service books. The default value is 30.

PolicyThrottlingMaxBESJobs

This trait specifies the maximum number of IT policies and service books that a BlackBerry Policy Service can send to devices each minute. The default value is 100.

PolicyThrottlingMaxDomainJobs

This trait specifies the maximum number of IT policies and service books that all BlackBerry Policy Service instances can send to devices each minute. The default value is 300.

PolicyThrottlingP2PKeyRate

This trait specifies the maximum number of processes for PIN encryption keys that a BlackBerry Policy Service can process at one time before the BlackBerry Policy Service schedules additional processes for PIN encryption keys. The default value is 60.

RouterAutoDiscoveryMethod

This trait specifies the method that the BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses to update the list of BlackBerry Router instances in the BlackBerry Configuration Database. If you want the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to compile the list of BlackBerry Router instances automatically, change the value to true (1). If you want the BlackBerry Router instances to provide the BlackBerry Enterprise Server with the list of BlackBerry Router instances, change the value to false (0). The default value is true (1), the BlackBerry Enterprise Server compiles the list of BlackBerry Router instances automatically.

ServerHealthPercentage

This trait specifies the percentage of messaging servers that are healthy. The BlackBerry Dispatcher uses this trait to change the Connection to the messaging server(s) health parameter. If this health parameter indicates that the primary BlackBerry Enterprise Server is unhealthy and you turn on automatic failover, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server starts the failover process. You can change the percentage for this trait to customize the percentage of messaging servers that must be unhealthy before an automatic failover occurs in your organization's environment. The default value is 75%.

UserHealthPercentage

This trait specifies the percentage of user accounts that are healthy. The BlackBerry Dispatcher uses this trait to change the User accounts health parameter. If either of these health parameters indicate that the primary BlackBerry Enterprise Server is unhealthy and you turn on automatic failover, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server starts the failover process. You can change the percentage for this trait to customize the percentage of messaging servers that must be unhealthy before an automatic failover occurs in your organization's environment. The default value is 75%.


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