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Specify email and web domains for

You can use a managed domains profile to define certain email domains and web domains as "managed domains" that are internal to your organization. Managed domains profiles apply only to
devices with the
MDM controls
activation type.
After you assign a managed domains profile:
  • When a user creates an email message and adds a recipient email address with a domain that is not specified in the managed domains profile, the device displays the address in red to warn the user that the recipient is external to the organization. The device does not prevent the user from sending email to external recipients.
  • A user must use an app that is managed by
    BlackBerry UEM
    to view documents from a managed web domain or documents downloaded from a managed web domain. The device does not prevent the user from visiting or viewing documents from other web domains. The managed domains profile applies to the
    browser only.
  1. On the menu bar, click
    Policies and profiles > Networks and connections > Managed domains
  2. Click The Add icon.
  3. Type a name and description for the profile.
  4. In the
    field, type a description for the profile.
  5. In the
    Managed domains
    section, click The Add icon.
  6. In the
    Email domains
    field, type a top-level domain name (for example,
    instead of
  7. Click
  8. In the
    Managed web domains
    section, click The Add icon. For examples of web domain formats, see Managed Safari Web Domains in the iOS Developer Library.
  9. In the
    Web domains
    field, type a domain name.
  10. If you want to allow password autofill for the web domains that you specified, select the
    Allow password autofill
    check box. This option is supported only for supervised devices.
  11. Click
    , then click
Assign the managed domains to user accounts, user groups, or device groups.