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Old 06-06-2010, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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"Regular consumers also want to be able to sync their contacts, calendar, notes, and tasks over the air!"

I in particular really want to have my regular contact groups to be auto synced/saved

so I see that there was a free "Unite" software from RIM which was essentially a mini BES for up to 5 users - but it was discontinued

Is there any service out there - free or paid that will do this?

or where / how can I grab Unite?

or what are my options?

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Can I use BES Express to sync emails and calendars that are not on the exchange. For example if a someone uses outlook at home and has it setup with gmail and yahoo (IMAP accounts)?
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Can I use BES Express to sync emails and calendars that are not on the exchange. For example if a someone uses outlook at home and has it setup with gmail and yahoo (IMAP accounts)?
No.
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penguin thank you so much

I took my time not to reply prematurely...

I downloaded the Enterprise Server Express and in the installation I see that it is requesting information to the Microsoft Exchange server?

is that correct?

what are my available options - is it only the Microsoft Exchange Server that it will work with?

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Yes, it's for Microsoft Exchange.
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Not sure if this is really what you are looking for, but it will give SOME of the functionality you are looking for
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its not free. Only for the 1st 30 days..

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