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Old 01-25-2007, 11:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone help me with some of the Pros and Cons of Blackberry connect? I have tons of users at my office buying PDAs with Blackberry Connect. I know a blackberry in and out, but when it comes to other smart phones, I am a bit hesitant. I keep telling them to buy a blackberry device, but some are not listening to me. Sales.. Sigh
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Can anyone help me with some of the Pros and Cons of Blackberry connect? I have tons of users at my office buying PDAs with Blackberry Connect. I know a blackberry in and out, but when it comes to other smart phones, I am a bit hesitant. I keep telling them to buy a blackberry device, but some are not listening to me. Sales.. Sigh
Sure try the FAQ - BlackBerry Connect - BlackBerryFAQ should nail down most of your issues...if there's other stuff you need help on that's not covered here then drop me a pm
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ahh good info! Thank you
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ahh good info! Thank you
Should be, I wrote most of it.. need to add some more stuff on specific devices but haven't got the time for that at the mo...
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One thing that I didn't see is that if I run BBC for BES, Is it necessary to keep my PC running with the management software?

Currently with my BB, If I shut of my work pc I still get emails because they are routed through the BES. Will this be the same if I use BBC?

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works the same using BBC with BES. no desktop software need be running after initial setup.
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