Originally Posted by SteveG
Hi, we're running an ExchangeServer 2003 on Windows Server 2003. I have about 10 users inside my office. According to our own rules, as divorce lawyers, the security of our privileged information is extremely important. We have opposing parties and attorneys who will, on occasoin, go to extreme measures to establish denial of service hacks or attempt breakins. But integration with BES is important too, and I'm not about to purchase a BES license.
I wonder whether our Exchange Server could be setup as a back-end to yours, to store messages in our own domain and forward messages to your server for routing to my Blackberry.
Steve, Yes we could set you up as a "split domain". This means that all the mail will continue to go directly to your servers, your server would then retain a copy ( if you want ), then forward the message to us. Once on our server, you will have ability to see those messages on our server via Outlook Client, Outlook WebAccess and the Blackberry.
I hope this helps.