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Guest andrewkeith5

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Guest andrewkeith5

Hi

I'm sure that somewhere on this forum i read about somebody who had their kaiser setup so that it only asked them for their password once in a 24 hour period, and at random occasions.

I'd really like to be able to do something like this - it really p***** me off having to enter my passcopde just because my phone has been off for 10 minutes - IMO my phone would still be as secure if it just asked me for the code randomly once every 6 hours or so.

Has anybody else got a similar setup to this/is it possible? I don't really want top have to buy any software if I can...

Thanks in Advance

Andrew

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Guest Mr Alom
Hi

I'm sure that somewhere on this forum i read about somebody who had their kaiser setup so that it only asked them for their password once in a 24 hour period, and at random occasions.

I'd really like to be able to do something like this - it really p***** me off having to enter my passcopde just because my phone has been off for 10 minutes - IMO my phone would still be as secure if it just asked me for the code randomly once every 6 hours or so.

Has anybody else got a similar setup to this/is it possible? I don't really want top have to buy any software if I can...

Thanks in Advance

Andrew

Hi mate,

I've got similar problem, basicly I sync my Kaiser with my work e-mails on the Exchange server and they force a password every time my phone locks/5 minutes. I really would like to disable this but obviously my employers are extrimley strict with confidentiality act as there the local government authority.

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Guest andrewkeith5

min isn't forced - i don't use exchange (much as i'd like to). i'd just like to have the security of a psswrod but not get nagged by it every 5 minutes

anyone? i think i might have to get my student version of visual studio 2008 pro going and learn some code languages:P

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Guest loustylez

use the notes functionality to store them in a "txt file" on your phone and just copy/paste whenever you want. not the easiet, but it could be better than typing it in all the time.

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