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Old 06-18-2008, 04:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I ahve a BES server installed and I got all my user setup on company's email address. Each user got two email accounts one on MS Exchange and one on company's webserver (Webmail) Few Blackberry user wants to recieve webmail emails as well on their Blackberry devices. I dont know how to do it or is it possible?

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What versions exchange and BES?
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forward a copy of the webmail email to the exchange users mailbox.
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What versions exchange and BES?
Exchange 2003 and
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forward a copy of the webmail email to the exchange users mailbox.
But the Exchange box is not private few other people like PA etc can access it and this webmail account is private one.
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Can the webmail be accessed via POP3?
Then you could add the account to the BB.
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or forward a copy to a gmail address and use that to integrate. oy.
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Can the webmail be accessed via POP3?
Then you could add the account to the BB.
Does this POP setting will effect existing BES server settings? and also how can I setup this POP is it through mobile email settings? Can we have multiple service book on BB I am asking because in past one of my coleague try to send service book to BES enable BB and it was completely cookedup
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or forward a copy to a gmail address and use that to integrate. oy.
Does this POP setting will effect existing BES server settings? and also how can I setup this POP is it through mobile email settings? Can we have multiple service book on BB I am asking because in past one of my coleague try to send service book to BES enable BB and it was completely cookedup
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You can only have one BES service book, but multiple BIS service books are okay.

You would be setting up one (the exchange) through the BES. The other (webmail) would be set up as a BIS account. All emails will display in the Messages folder, but the BIS emails will be separated out by themselves as well.

If you forward to Gmail, they have a dedicated app for the BB - just do a search here for it.
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