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Old 05-28-2008, 03:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me if BES is available for Microsoft Hosted Exchange?

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Old 05-28-2008, 05:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Dear if u have to outsource ur mail server then why u have to need BES server. BES server is concern with in ur organization behind the firwall of ur organization and provide secure access to ur email because they r important for ur organization. if u don,t have ur email server inside ur organization u don't have need to put a big amount on BES u should go for BIS and try this service. regarding ur ISP if he provides BES on his servers so that would be decied to analysing the infrastructure of it network and number of servers that provide the services to whom clients that have BB handhelds.
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Old 05-28-2008, 03:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yes, we have HMC 4.0 with BES 4.1.5, and too HMC 3.5 with BES 4.1.5.
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Dear if u have to outsource ur mail server then why u have to need BES server. BES server is concern with in ur organization behind the firwall of ur organization and provide secure access to ur email because they r important for ur organization. if u don,t have ur email server inside ur organization u don't have need to put a big amount on BES u should go for BIS and try this service. regarding ur ISP if he provides BES on his servers so that would be decied to analysing the infrastructure of it network and number of servers that provide the services to whom clients that have BB handhelds.
Where to begin.

First, took me 3 tries to understand that 12 year old speak. This board is populated mainly by professionals, please try to spell like one.


BES is about a lot more than security. There are many reasons to outsource your Exchange server.


To the OP. Check with your Exchange hosting company. They should be able to host a BES for you.
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First off, I agree with CanuckBB about the proper grammer for this forum.

Yes, talk to your hosting company. I would be very surprised if they didn't offer BES.
My previous company used Mi8 (now known as Apptix) and they charged $8 per BB account per month. Not bad really.
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