Making the BlackBerry MVS Client available to users

You can make the BlackBerry MVS Client available on a network drive, and make the software available to BlackBerry Mobile Voice System users in the following ways:

  • Install the BlackBerry MVS Client on a BlackBerry device that is connected to the computer that hosts the BlackBerry Manager.
  • Send the BlackBerry MVS Client to BlackBerry devices over the wireless network.

For more information about making applications available to users, see the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Administration Guide.

Emergency calls to 911, 112, 000, 999, or other internationally recognized numbers intended to connect to a public safety answering point or similar emergency services are not processed through the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System, and are only processed from your BlackBerry smartphone where mobile network coverage is available from a wireless service provider. The BlackBerry MVS is not designed or intended to be a replacement for traditional telephone service. Additional arrangements must be made, separate from the BlackBerry MVS, for you to obtain access to traditional fixed or wireless telephone services, such as emergency calling capability. RIM and its affiliates, and their respective officers, directors, and employees shall have no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any personal injury, death, or damages arising out of or in connection with the inability to access emergency call services (for example, 911, 112, 000, or 999) through the BlackBerry MVS. By using the BlackBerry MVS Client, you agree to the above. If you do not agree to the above, remove the BlackBerry MVS Client from your smartphone.
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