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Old Jul 18, 2008, 02:06 PM   #1
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Any way to password protect messages and contacts?

Any way to password protect messages and contact?
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Old Jul 18, 2008, 04:35 PM   #2
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Put a passcode on your phone.
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Put a passcode on your phone.
I want some contacts like credit card or bank info hidden not only on my iPhone but on my iCal. I hope there is.
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Put a passcode on your phone.

yep. that's basically the only way. enterprises that deploy iPhones to their staff are able to remote wipe their phones, but i don't know if that's available at the consumer level.
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I wish there was a way to password protect certain apps.. but oh well no can do
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yep. that's basically the only way. enterprises that deploy iPhones to their staff are able to remote wipe their phones, but i don't know if that's available at the consumer level.
Afaik, yes but how many consumers have an exchange server? The app to remote manage iPhones, and set them up with that enterprise's set up is free and available on the apple site I think.
support.apple.com/manuals/en_US/Enterprise_Deployment_Guide.pdf

http://www.apple.com/iphone/enterprise/integration.html

Though you'd have to check that you might need a corporate account to actually have the enterprise features. The iPhone might be remote wipe *capable* but that capability is perhaps only activated on corporate accounts.
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