- Setting up work email for devices
- Controlling which devices can access Exchange ActiveSync
- Steps to configure Exchange ActiveSync and the BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service
- Configure permissions for gatekeeping
- Allow only authorized devices to access Exchange ActiveSync
- Configure Microsoft IIS permissions for gatekeeping
- Create a gatekeeping configuration
- Create a gatekeeping profile
- Verifying that a device is allowed to access work email and organizer data
- Allow a device to access Microsoft ActiveSync
- Block a device from accessing Microsoft ActiveSync
- Creating email profiles
- Create an email profile
- Email profile settings
- Protecting email data using the BlackBerry Secure Gateway
- Configuring TLS/SSL connections to Exchange ActiveSync and identity provider when you enable the BlackBerry Secure Gateway
- Configure BlackBerry UEM to trust the Exchange ActiveSync server and identity provider certificate
- Configure BlackBerry UEM to use the TLS versions and ciphers that Exchange ActiveSync and identity provider supports
- Enable a unified BlackBerry Hub on Android Enterprise devices
- Extending email security using S/MIME
- Create an IMAP/POP3 email profile
- Setting up CardDAV and CalDAV profiles for iOS and macOS devices
Create an OCSP profile
OCSP profiles are supported for
- On the menu bar, clickPolicies and Profiles.
- ClickCertificates > OCSP.
- Click .
- Type a name and description for the OCSP profile.
- Perform the following actions:
- In the table, click .
- In theService URLfield, type the web address of an OCSP responder.
- In theConnection timeoutfield, type the amount of time, in seconds, that the device waits for the OCSP response.
- Repeat step 4 for each OCSP responder.
If necessary, rank profiles.