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Old 06-24-2008, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I work in a small company. I have BB and i use BIS for my e-mail which is fine.
However, I also have a copy of BPS with one user license and I would like to use it.
Here is my issue:
We have domain network in our office and each PC that is running outlook has a personal calendar. in addition we also have a shared calendar that can be accessed from any machine that is logged into the domain.The most important appointments are kept on the shared calendar.
In case I do activate my BB on the BPS, will I be able to sync the shared calendar to my BB or only the one from my local account?
Will my tasks and notes also sync wirelessly?
We run MS exchange 2003 mail server which is also the domain controller as well.
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In case I do activate my BB on the BPS, will I be able to sync the shared calendar to my BB or only the one from my local account?
Only the one for your mailbox

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Will my tasks and notes also sync wirelessly?
Yes

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We run MS exchange 2003 mail server which is also the domain controller as well.
Is this small business server? Are you installing BPS on the same server too? It'll work, but unless its SBS its definitely not best practice.
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