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Old 07-09-2008, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have BES 4.1 and using Exchange 2003. I have to deploy 7 Blackberries. I would like for each Blackberry to only have access to an Email Enabled Folder on Public Folders.
In addition, Each Blackberry will be passed around from user to user for Night Support.
Is there anyway to accomplish, without creating additional AD user accounts ? or adding each AD user as a licensed user.
I tried doing an Enterprise Activation on an Email Enabled Public Folder, but had no success.

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This isn't possible.
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One work around is to have the email enabled folder to forward a copy to a users mail box. Then create an exchange side rule in OWA to forward to more mail boxes and then all the BB could get the mails from the public folder. Messy but it works.

You cant get around the licensing issue with exchange. only mail enabled user accounts can get BES activated.
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