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Old 05-14-2007, 10:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im a new T-Mobile corporate dealer and need a quick answer to a question. I have a customer who just purchased the 8100 and is looking to sych up his device with Lotus Notes. He only uses and needs Lotus for his datebook/calender and his contacts. With this, does my customer need any type of additional feature(s) on his account, for example a BIS or BES add-on?

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BIS add on they could sync via Bluetooth or cable synch by USB. BES will allow the customer to wirelessly synch.
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It needs to be configured on a BES.

(as snow said... for the wireless sync)
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