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guinda35 10-04-2004 12:14 AM

4.0 OS and BES/MDS
 
Will there be any advantages to subscribing to a 3d party BES/MDS provider with the 4.0? Will it make a difference if the device is a 7230, as opposed to the 7100 and the 7290?

Thanks.

Tom 10-04-2004 12:21 AM

Absolutely none.. well.. besides having 100mb or 200mb of email storage.

guinda35 10-04-2004 02:11 PM

Guess,
I suppose I should read this in conjunction with your long post on advantages of keeping MDS/BES 3d party solutions, even with 4.0. Or is this post now mooted by the features of the 7290?

Tom 10-04-2004 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by guinda35
Guess,
I suppose I should read this in conjunction with your long post on advantages of keeping MDS/BES 3d party solutions, even with 4.0. Or is this post now mooted by the features of the 7290?

You mean Mark's post? I recommend reading it.. most of his posts are good reads (y)

guinda35 10-05-2004 02:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guess
Quote:

Originally Posted by guinda35
Guess,
I suppose I should read this in conjunction with your long post on advantages of keeping MDS/BES 3d party solutions, even with 4.0. Or is this post now mooted by the features of the 7290?

You mean Mark's post? I recommend reading it.. most of his posts are good reads (y)

Yes I meant Mark's post.
http://www.blackberryforums.com/viewtopic.php?p=1474
I notice Mark states that going with a BES/MDS hosting solution, even with 4.0, is still advantageous because, inter alia, you get better performance due to slow BWC service, and your OTA downloads are not so limited, as might occur otherwise. I'm trying to read this in conjunction with your above post that there is no advantage if you have 4.0, except for extra email storage. Is there something I'm not following, as I am a tad confused.
Thanks.


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