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Old 07-24-2013, 08:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We are planning to upgrade from BES 5 to BES 10, but we're still unsure of the requirements and side effects on the old BB connected sets and compatibility issues that could arise, therefore I appreciate if someone can share us his experience on the matter or at least tell me where to start looking from.
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I would suggest you start by doing a search here on BES10, there is lots of useful information here
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Thanks, but I have a doubt on my mind.

Can we join the blackberry os10 sets on the bes 5 server in any way.
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Thanks, but I have a doubt on my mind.

Can we join the blackberry os10 sets on the bes 5 server in any way.
No. You can not.
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you can install BES 10 on a BES 5 server if at SP4 MR4

BB10 needs a BES 10 server. its is free and you only pay for CALs.

if you own CALs you can upgrade them for free
https://enterprise.ecomm.webapps.bla...radeup/home.do
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