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Old 12-20-2006, 09:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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A quick question: if I set up EMM Exchange service for my company's e-mail and get the BlackBerry plan for my device, will I still be able to get e-mail on my BB device through Cingular BIS for my personal e-mail address?
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A quick question: if I set up EMM Exchange service for my company's e-mail and get the BlackBerry plan for my device, will I still be able to get e-mail on my BB device through Cingular BIS for my personal e-mail address?
yes, you can run BIS and BES at the same time.
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Thanks for the quick answer.

Another question: how disruptive is migration?

I've asked my current ISP about the DNS/MX record update and they can do it right away but propagation could take some time.

What other delay should I be concerned with from EMM's end for migration?

Am interested in signing up for the Business Plan for my company but am concerned about migration and e-mail loss issue.
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