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Old 04-09-2009, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's my situation: our firm was running SBS 2003 w/ SQL & Exchange on one box. We have Blackberry Professional Software 4.1.4.3 also running on it.

We installed a standalone Exchange 2007 server and migrated mailboxes to it. Blackberry users are properly synched and get their email, contacts, etc.

I need to uninstall SBS 2003 Exchange so I can recoup that space for other files; however, BB Dispatcher, Policy Service, and Synch Service all depend on the Info Store service on that machine.

How can I make them stop doing that and depend on the Info Store service on the Exchange 2007 machine?

TIA; any help appreciated.

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Thx k; will check it out.
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