MDaemon® Messaging Server supports BlackBerry® push email and contact synchronization. MDaemon provides small businesses with a quick and easy way to connect employees to their work email on BlackBerry smartphones. It also adds mobile email management and controls allowing the email administrator to apply content filter rules, email authentication, archiving requirements, or other settings to comply with a company's security policies.

With MDaemon® Messaging Server, BlackBerry® Edition, one simple click in the installation wizard gets you up and running quickly. One simple management console makes it easy to control both email and BlackBerry® smartphone functionality, and BlackBerry security and IT policies help ensure information is protected*.


  • Send/receive email wirelessly
  • Wireless email reconciliation
  • Remote email server search and download
  • HTML email support
  • Create/move/delete email folders1
  • Follow up flags1
  • View/edit message attachments
  • Automatic wireless backup of device data
  • Over-the-air device software updates
  • Wireless calendar synchronization
  • Free/busy calendar availability lookup
  • Calendar tentative acceptance
  • View attendee status (accepted, declined, not responded)
  • Schedule new meetings
  • Contact search
  • Wireless calendar, address book, and task synchronization
  • Remote address lookup


  • Remote wipe
  • Support for S/MIME
  • Device content protection (device and media card)
  • AES and Triple DES Encryption


  • Wireless third party application provisioning and control

Management and Administration

  • Global filters
  • Set password and lock handheld
  • Erase data and disable handheld (remote wipe)
  • Backup and restore of saved messages

Email Setup

MDaemon's BlackBerry IT Policies

The MDaemon® Messaging Server, BlackBerry® Edition, provides the tools needed to configure custom IT policies to control various aspects of BlackBerry device behavior. IT policies enable administrators to customize security and device settings for their BlackBerry users, including password length and age, maximum logon attempts, encryption settings, and much more.

Mail administrators can choose one of MDaemon's pre-defined IT policies or create their own custom policies. These policies cover various aspects of BlackBerry device security, including, but not limited to:

  • Specifying whether a device password is required, and assigning a minimum password length.
  • Setting a maximum security timeout, causing the device to lock after a period of inactivity.
  • Setting a designated number of invalid password attempts before the device is erased.
  • Entering a maximum password history to prevent re-use of recently used passwords.
  • Forcing the device to be security locked when placed in its holster.
  • Setting content protection strength and external file system encryption levels.

Blackberry Configuration Guides

Features listed are available in MDaemon® Pro Messaging Server