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Old 06-07-2008, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I see a lot of messages concerning "BES" What exactly does that mean and what is it?
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Hello & welcome to BBF.

BES = Blackberry Enterprise Service, this is the Blackberry Service for business users.
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Hello & welcome to BBF.

BES = Blackberry Enterprise Service, this is the Blackberry Service for business users.
what he said. It is used usually to connect to your employers network for email access most often. Common with most mid to large employers.

This is opposed to BIS = Blackberry Internet Service (I think) which allows you to synch your personal email to be received on your BB
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Ok, I see. THank you for breaking it down for me. I would like to be able to access my personal email account and my work account. So does that mean that I should use BES. I use lotus notes at work and I think that the BES supports it. Can you clarify?
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