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Old 06-14-2006, 10:03 AM   #9 (permalink)
sparky_dfw_tx
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Originally Posted by sparky_dfw_tx
Unfortunately no. I have the Auto BCC feature enabled via BIS and set to my corporate address. From there I file any messages sent via my BB to a folder I created. Kind of a pain I know.

It seems like the WirelessMail solution might be the way to go, but until today I had never heard of it. I read the documentation, but I am wondering how it integrates with BIS 2.0? Their install notes show screenshots of BIS 1.8.

Also, will one get into trouble with their Domino admin if they run this agent?

Well I installed the Martin Scott solution and have been using it for a few days. I have to say there isn't really any difference between the Martin Scott solution and a simple Lotus rule that forwards my e-mail to my carrier.blackyberry.net address.

I have the option enabled that should file a copy of the e-mails I send from my BB to my Lotus "sent" folder, but it has yet to work.

I do have to say the Martin Scott solution does forward e-mail to my BB faster than the simple rule approach, but if you want to have e-mails with attachments pushed to your BB you have to change the execution setting to "After Mail Arrives" which causes the forwarding time to slip to the time it takes the simple rule to forward e-mails.

Thoughts anyone? Am I missing something?
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