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In the URL above, the domain is "abc.com" and "morepages" is a sub-site. I have looked on BlackBerry help site and there are several possible solutions, does this look the most sensible?: http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=KB21377 Cheers, Anastas "AndyD_" wrote in message news:4ddd79c7-d5bc-498c-915f-e56842d2bd61... funkstar2008-11-08, 21:36This page in the Wiki should help you. dave_p2010-01-10, 21:56I wanted to say thanks, once again, to the forum for helping me sort this out. have a peek at these guys

From the list of properties, select Proxy. But, I typically find that changing the Browser Identification often helps -- most often by changing to FF or IE (if those are available to you...the options vary by carrier).Good luck! Argh! The server could not understand the page request, or was unable to process it for some reason.

I will donate $10 to the helpful person's favorite charity who helps me fix this issue. Any other fix available?? To create a new proxy string, double-click Proxy String. Toggle navigation Enterprise Software Smartphones BBM IoT Apps Software Support Shop BlackBerry Knowledge Base Search Support BlackBerry Knowledge Base Article English English Français Español BlackBerry Knowledge Base "HTTP 400 -

Offline 04-29-2006, 10:16 AM #12 (permalink) HIH Thumbs Must Hurt Join Date: Oct 2005 Location: Frisco, Texas Model: 7520 Posts: 100 Post Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times Offline 01-04-2005, 10:52 AM #6 (permalink) bfrye BBF Veteran User Join Date: Aug 2004 Location: Hotwiring another Cessna Model: OU812 Carrier: Nintendo Posts: 3,492 Post Thanks: 0 Thanked I'm getting emails without any issues so I know my data plan is active and working.Please help.-Yb Report Inappropriate Content Message 1 of 4 (10,014 Views) Reply 0 Likes sdgardne Hall Reply With Quote 11-02-2006,08:51 AM #8 jchapman01 Stack level 3 Join Date Oct 2006 PIN/ID 24a51ff4 Posts 333 Re: Fix: HTTP 400 - Bad Request ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~theres no more surefire

For BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4.1 SP2 and earlier:On the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, open Windows® Internet Explorer® and go to the intranet web site. Note: Verify the web address field is set to http://.* For BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4.1 SP2 to 4.1 SP6: Open BlackBerry Manager. Does anyone have some input for me? strawnj2009-10-13, 06:27I'd pay someone in a heartbeat to develop a BB app.

I recommend you start a new thread over in the proper section for your device: http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-Classic/bd-p/BlackBerryClassic#nobanner And also be aware of what this site is, and isn't...especially in regards to your It works like a charm now. Proposed as answer by Evan LiuModerator Thursday, September 23, 2010 6:38 AM Marked as answer by Xiu Zhang Friday, October 08, 2010 6:16 AM Wednesday, September 22, 2010 5:11 PM Reply I always recommend that you treat your BlackBerry like any other computing device, including using a regular backup schedule...click here for an article with instructions.

I can send/receive email and go to 'normal' webpages on the blackberry. (I've disabled the phone network, and am using only wifi connected to my network for this)... http://www.lotus-expert.com/en/categories/blackberry/193-howto-fix-http-error-400-bad-request.html For more information on creating a proxy mapping, see KB11028 .For BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express 5.0 SP1:Log into the BlackBerry Administration Service. I will donate $10 to the helpful person's favorite charity who helps me fix this issue. When i click on details 'Invalid response code [-1]' Thanks for your help.

Today's Posts Popular This Week Ask a Question Advanced Search Titles Only OR Settings Subscribed Threads Edit Avatar Edit Profile General Settings Friends & Contacts My Profile Mark Forums Read 0 More about the author Refer: http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Social-Lounge/How-This-Site-and-Formal-Support-Work/td-p/2540... Offline 04-25-2006, 11:58 PM #11 (permalink) BigSteve New Member Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: Cambridge Model: 8800 Carrier: Rogers Posts: 2 Post Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in What I did was in Browser Config, change it to Internet Browser and it seems to functioning fine, no issues since I did it.

Last edited by dheser; 07-12-08 at 10:41 AM. If the web address appears to be entered correctly, then the issue can usually be resolved by clearing your browser's cache and cookies. Setting the bookmark to default to this works very well (seems I now have a use for the BB browser; though wish I could just do it with Bolt). check my blog I know of at least 3 of my friends who are gettign it after upgrading to 4.5.

Shawn mherger2008-10-13, 00:04> a) Why do i always get a 'script running' message and delay when using > the bberry interface for /handheld? I've had this happen several times. If your BlackBerry is not a WiFi device then you would need to open up your server to the Internet to allow the BB to access the page.

Our BES was already at 4.0.

Load a different page. Offline 01-04-2005, 03:39 AM #2 (permalink) TMPhoneBerry Thumbs Must Hurt Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 60 Post Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Re: HTTP Error What's the exact message? -- Michael jmstipe2008-11-08, 18:12I hope someone can clarify the exact process required to map your PDA/Blackberry to your Server via the Internet. This is your resource to discuss support topics with your peers, and learn from each other.

Last edited by reebis; 07-12-08 at 09:35 AM. Double-click Proxy Mappings. I guess a disadvantage of using my curve as squeezebox controller is that i have to switch back and forth between Wifi and BBerry browser in the options menu (not a news The problem shows as the following: Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.

Click here and also here for helpful guidance. We only have 20 users on the BES but apparently I'm the only one who wants to access the web (all senior execs that are still looking for the 'any' key). Select the BlackBerry MDS Connection Service instance. No doubt the page needs a proper re-write from someone who understands it better than I, but at least this should get the ball rolling.

Reply With Quote 07-12-2006,05:19 PM #3 r3nb72 Stack level 3 Join Date May 2006 PIN/ID 202a1a6f Posts 409 Re: Fix: HTTP 400 - Bad Request ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ Im on BIS there's almost no JS involved in Handheld (imho only for the player selector). Thank you kindly, Shawn mherger2008-10-10, 00:41> I get an "HTTP Error 400: Bad Request" from my blackberry. its always worked fine before.

Argh! Reply With Quote 08-22-2006,05:39 PM #5 kramer Stack level 1 Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 2 Re: Fix: HTTP 400 - Bad Request The problem is you have suggested fix for Btw- a few of the 20 ppl on the BES have 7100s and their browsers seem to work fine. Thanks!

Advertise Jobs Media Enquiries About CrackBerry About Mobile Nations Copyright © 2016 Mobile Nations • Terms and Conditions • Privacy Policy CrackBerry is in no way Affiliated with BlackBerry. but all of a suddent it works again. Reply With Quote 08-22-2006,05:32 PM #4 kramer Stack level 1 Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 2 Re: Fix: HTTP 400 - Bad Request This does not solve the problem. Wednesday, September 22, 2010 5:41 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.

Send me a private message. ...................................................... ...................................................... Cheers, David bphilp2011-03-03, 12:14In the Server settings under "Interface" then under "Web Interface" pick "Light" and the Blackberry UI is MUCH easier to use. Click Edit Connection Service Properties.