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Old 03-05-2009, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm about to do a simple presentation on how the Blackberry architecture works (i.e when you send an email from your BB where does it go/pass through, etc..)

Anyways, I am actually looking for any materials at all, maybe videos that show how email passes through the whole architecture or maybe clip arts (ill look into some free clip arts in a while too..)

Thanks, I'll try to post my presentation too if I finish it.

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Old 03-05-2009, 10:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Good luck with the presentation. This may be of some help : BlackBerry
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thanks man! I was actually browsing that exact page too. Hope I could find some more materials for this..

Thanks!
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Hi in my research I stumbled upon this nice presentation on how the Enterprise Activation works:

BlackBerry - BlackBerry | Enterprise Activation

Very neat..

By the way I asked a friend to do an animation for me, basically it will show how email will flow from the device to the recipient's desktop computer.
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Nice, I can send that to the people who keep telling me EA failed and the BES is down when it's quite obvisouly an Id-10-t error . Got to love animations.

Do you really want people to think email goes from their BB to their desktop? I always tell mine the truth - it goes from the BB to the mail server, and the desktop client is showing a copy of what is on the server (as the BB does). Yes they don't always get it but I like to keep separation between the server and clients, so people don't think one is reliant/connected to the other.
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Did the presentation, unfortunately it contains some internal information so I couldn't easily share it here, the animation was crappy but hey, beggars cant be choosers, so its good enough to show the BB mail flow.

@stuwhite sorry I didnt clarify the animation showed:
Handheld--> Wireless Network--> Internet--> Firewall--> BES-->Exchange--> Desktop

so it pretty much shows that the desktop just "downloads" or in your terms "reflects a copy" of what is in the Exchange server,,anyways the audience are IT Tier 1 support colleagues so they'd pretty much understand what I meant..

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