BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino

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BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino
Version 4.0 Service Pack 3 Hotfix 4
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BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino
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Verify the system requirements
Install the hotfix
1.Turn off any watchdog agents that monitor the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
2.If your IBM Lotus Domino server is set to start automatically, turn off this setting.
3.In the Domino Server Console, type quit.
4.Double-click besn403hf4.zip.
5.Double-click besn403hf4.msp.
6.Click Update.
7.On the Setup Completed screen, click Finish.
8.When prompted to restart, click Yes.
9.Complete the configuration screens. See the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Installation Guide for more information
on the configuration screens.
10.Click Finish.
11.Start the Domino Server Console.
Verify the hotfix installation
1.On the taskbar, click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.Click Add/Remove Programs.
Guide
Information
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Quick Start Guide
• hardware requirements
• overview of installation instructions
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Installation Guide
• system requirements
• installation instructions
• upgrade instructions
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Feature and Technical Overview
• BlackBerry Enterprise Server® features
• system architecture
• data workflows
Tip: To view the guides, you must have Acrobat® Reader® 3.0 or later installed on your computer.
Requirement
Description
software version
Before you install the hotfix, verify that BlackBerry Enterprise Server version 4.0.3 for IBM® Lotus®
Domino® is installed.
1.On the taskbar, click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.Click Add/Remove Programs.
3.In the list of currently installed programs, click BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
4.Click Support Information.
5.Verify that the version number is 4.0.3 (bundle 12, 14, 15, or 16).
original installation media
The hotfix installation program requires access to the installation media that was used to install the
BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Depending on how the software was installed, this might be a product CD or
a network location.
Warning: If you are installing this hotfix on an evaluation version of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, an error might occur (“Error 1328. Error
applying patch to …”). Click Ignore, and the hotfix will install successfully.
Do not install the hotfix on a remote computer on which the BlackBerry® Router, or BlackBerry Attachment Service.
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3.In the list of programs, click BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
4.Click Support Information.
5.Verify that the version number is 4.0.3 (bundle 18).
Functional changes
Features that are marked with an asterisk (*) were introduced in this hotfix. All other functional changes were present
in previous hotfixes
Fixed issues
Issues that are marked with an asterisk (*) were fixed in this hotfix. All other issues were fixed in previous hotfixes.
Feature
Description
Control message
prepopulation when
reactivating a BlackBerry
device
You can now turn message prepopulation on and off when you re-activate the same BlackBerry device for a user.
(SDR 72076)
Procedure:
1.In the Registry Editor, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Research In Motion\BlackBerry
Enterprise Server\Agents\.
2.Create a new DWORD value named ForceMsgPrepopOnActivation.
3.Set the value to 1 to turn message prepopulation on.
Set limits for message
prepopulation
You can now set higher limits for message prepopulation during wireless enterprise activation. (SDR 73395)
Note: To set higher limits for message prepopulation using the following registry keys, you must also set the
ForceMsgPrepopOnActivation registry key. See Control message prepopulation when reactivating a BlackBerry
device, SDR 72076.
Procedure:
1.In the Registry Editor, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Research In Motion\BlackBerry
Enterprise Server\Agents\.
2.Create a new DWORD value named ForceMsgPrepopDays.
3.Set the value between 0 and 14.
4.Create a new DWORD value named ForceMsgPrepopMessages.
5.Set the value between 0 and 750.
Attachment Service
*SDR 77118
Previously, the way in which the BlackBerry Attachment Service processed certain corrupt PNG files might have caused a heap
overflow. This vulnerability could have allowed for arbitrary code execution. See article number KB-04756 for more information.
*SDR 76709
Previously, the way in which the BlackBerry Attachment Service processed certain corrupt TIFF files might have caused a buffer
overflow and prevented users from viewing attachments. See article number KB-04757 for more information.
*SDR 73716
Previously, the way in which the BlackBerry Attachment Service processed certain corrupt Microsoft® Word files might have
caused a buffer overflow. This vulnerability could have allowed for arbitrary code execution. See article number KB-04791 for
more information.
BlackBerry Controller
SDR 70272
Previously, in certain circumstances, if you restarted the computer on which the BlackBerry Enterprise Server resides, the
BlackBerry Dispatcher, BlackBerry Synchronization Service, and BlackBerry Policy Service failed to start. The default ADO login
connection is now 30 seconds, and the value is configurable if you require a longer interval in your environment. See article
number KB-04590 for more information on setting the ADO login connection setting.
BlackBerry Manager
SDR 69603
Previously, Application Loader did not support the BlackBerry 8700 Series of wireless handhelds.
BlackBerry Messaging Agent
SDR 70284
Previously, if a user’s address book entry contained a company name longer than 180 characters, the BlackBerry Messaging
Agent might have silently stopped responding when the BlackBerry Enterprise Server attempted to synchronize the entry
wirelessly to the BlackBerry device.
SDR 73739
Previously, if messages were orphaned when the folder in which they resided was deleted, it might have resulted in increased
usage of system resources.
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SDR 72000
Previously, a log line was truncated, and you could not track when the BlackBerry Messaging Agent processed new items in the
mail file.
BlackBerry Policy Service
SDR 72141
Previously, if the connection to the configuration database was lost, the BlackBerry Policy Service and connection pool were
re-initialized repeatedly.
SDR 70697,
SDR 72072
Previously, if the connection with the configuration database was lost, IT policy keys might have been changed, and you were
unable to send IT policies to certain users.
Note: To implement the fix for these issues, see article number KB-04690 for instructions.
SDR 69902
Previously, if a user’s BlackBerry device was off, and the BlackBerry Policy Service pushed an application that had to be sent as
more than one packet, the packets were resent as separate work requests, which created extra packets. This repeated regularly,
created an increasing number of packets, and might have caused the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to lose its connection to the
BlackBerry Infrastructure.
Wireless calendar synchronization
SDR 75796
Previously, the daylight saving time table for 2006 for Brazil was not set to the third Sunday in February.
Wireless PIM synchronization
SDR 73663
Previously, in the following circumstances, a message sent from IBM® Lotus® Notes® would have resolved to the wrong email
address:
1.A user added a new contact in the IBM Lotus Notes local address book with the same first and last name as an existing
contact in the Domino Directory but a different email address.
2.After PIM synchronization, the user edited the contact on the BlackBerry device and the change synchronized with IBM
Lotus Notes.
3.The user sent a message to the contact from IBM Lotus Notes.
BlackBerry Messaging Agent