In a production environment, the BlackBerry® Enterprise Server automatically maps user internet messaging addresses to the personal identification number (PIN) of their BlackBerry devices. Using the BlackBerry Smartphone Simulator, you can simulate the mapping between internet messaging addresses and PINs.
You only need to set internet messaging address to PIN mappings if you are testing a push application. See the BlackBerry Application Developer Guide Volume 1: Fundamentals for more information.
- Open the rimpublic.property file.
- In the [Simulator] section, add or change entries.
Entries have the following format:
For example, the following entry assigns PIN 2100000a to email address email@example.com:
- Change the email address so that when a push application sends data to the email address, pushed data is sent to the address of the specified BlackBerry Smartphone Simulator.