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Old 03-02-2010, 02:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi to all, i need help in configuring our BB's to sync emails / contacts with our Microsoft Exchange server, but without the use of BES.

I stumbled upon a program called Funamble. is this an alternative to BES?

Please enlighten me.

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You can get push email with BIS and OWA.

You can then sync calendar/contacts/notes with DM. This is not done over the air, but you didn't list that as a requirement.
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Hi to all, i need help in configuring our BB's to sync emails / contacts with our Microsoft Exchange server, but without the use of BES.

I stumbled upon a program called Funamble. is this an alternative to BES?

Please enlighten me.

Thanks,
Revi
There's also a program called Astrasync. I haven't posted enough times to be trusted with putting a URL in this post Add www and .com to the name of the product and you will be able to access the site. I've tried it, and it works OK. It uses Active Sync and doesn't require a BES.

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