- Setting up work email for devices
- Controlling which devices can access Exchange ActiveSync for work email and organizer data
- Steps to configure Exchange ActiveSync and the BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service
- Configure permissions for gatekeeping
- Configure Microsoft Exchange to allow only authorized devices to access Exchange ActiveSync
- Configure the mobile device access policy in Microsoft Office 365
- Configure Microsoft IIS permissions for gatekeeping
- Add an Entra app and obtain its Entra details for configuring modern authentication
- Create a gatekeeping configuration
- Create a gatekeeping profile
- Verify that a device is allowed to access Exchange ActiveSync
- Manually allow or block access to Exchange ActiveSync
- Creating email profiles
- Protecting email data sent to iOS devices using the BlackBerry Secure Gateway
- Enable the BlackBerry Hub app for 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
Extending email security using S/MIME
From the email profile, you can enable S/MIME so that
Androiddevice users can choose to extend email security. S/MIME provides a standard method of encrypting and signing email messages. When using a work email account that supports S/MIME-protected messages, users can specify whether to use S/MIME to encrypt, sign, or encrypt and sign work email messages. Note that S/MIME cannot be enabled for personal email accounts.
S/MIME settings take precedence over
PGPsettings. When S/MIME support is set to "Required,"
PGPsettings are ignored.