Luckily, I found this article fairly quickly;
How to prepare the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino to support DST changes in 2008.
It was on a forum, so I had to register in order to get to the ZIP file download.
I quickly registered downloaded and extracted the files.
The next step was to run a command line;
then... well then, nothing happened.
After a bit of stuffing around, we decided that Coffee was the best answer to our problems. Sure enough, while we were making Coffee, the BES Server completed its internal updates and reset the time accordingly.
All is right.
It does raise a few interesting concerns/questions;
- Why doesn't BES set it's time Zone and DST from windows?
- Why is there a warning about applying the patch to a Blackberry Smartphone which has already been patched? Can't it handle it?
- Why is the BES Update so cumbersome?
- Why is there no simple way to restart the blackberry server service?