Below you can find the instructions on customizing the most common BlackBerry policies directly on the device.

  BROWSER
  Browser Style Sheets Enabled
Disable Java Script in Browser
MDS Browser JavaScript Enabled
Default value
YES NO YES
The way to change it on the device
In BlackBerry Device Software version 4.6 or later, users can not specify support for style sheets; style sheets are always supported. On device go to web browser > Options > uncheck the box saying enable JavaScript On the device go to web browser > Options > check the box saying enable JavaScript
Rule description
This rule specifies whether style sheets in the BlackBerry® Browser are turned on. This rule specifies whether to permit the execution of JavaScript® code on a BlackBerry® device. This rule specifies whether JavaScript® in the BlackBerry® Browser is turned on.

 

  DEVICE ONLY
  Allow Peer-to-Peer Messages
Default value
YES
The way to change it on the device
On the device go to Options > Security > Firewall > check box for PIN > click on BlackBerry key > Save
Rule description
This rule specifies whether a BlackBerry® device user can send PIN messages. This rule does not prevent the user from receiving PIN messages.This rule does prevent the user from sending and receiving messages using BlackBerry® Messenger. To prevent the user from sending and receiving messages using BlackBerry Messenger, use the Disable BlackBerry Messenger IT policy rule.
  EMAIL MESSAGING 
  Keep Message Duration
Allow Auto Attachment Download
Default value  -1. A BlackBerry device keeps messages indefinitely. NO
The way to change it on the device
On the device go to > Messages > click on BlackBerry key  > Options > General Options > Keep Messages > open the menu and select Change Option > change the value to the number of days to keep email messages on the BlackBerry smartphone. Attachment can not be downloaded automaticaly. You need to download it manually.
Rule description
This rule specifies the maximum time (in days) that a BlackBerry® device keeps messages. The permitted range is -1 through 180 days. This rule specifies whether a BlackBerry® device automatically downloads supported attachments from email messages that it receives.
  PIM SYNCHRONIZATION
  Disable Address Wireless Sync
Default value
NO
The way to change it on the device
On the device go to Options > click "Address Book."> press the "BlackBerry Menu" button > select "Options." > click "Default" under Address Books > Click "Enable" under Wireless Synchronization. Select "Disable," then click the "Back Arrow" button. Click "Save."
Rule description
This rule specifies whether wireless data synchronization for Address Book is turned off.