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My blackberry 8310 show jvm error 102

My blackberry 8310 show jvm error 10,what is mean?

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Cause 1:- There is no MX record for the Internet domain associated with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server user. Error 1 appears.
Resolution:- Create an MX record for the Internet domain. Make sure the computer running the BlackBerry Manager is pointing to the correct DNS server.
Cause 2 :- Incorrect DNS settings
Resolution :- Ensure the computer running the BlackBerry Manager is configured with the correct DNS settings.
Cause 3 :- BlackBerry Manager is not allowed to make a direct SMTP connection to that mail server.
Resolution :- Configure the mail server referred in the MX record to allow the direct SMTP connection from the BlackBerry Manager.
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