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Old 02-24-2010, 07:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone- Although I have been a long time reader of your forum, this is my first post on here..forgive me if I break any rules. I've also searched for an answer but I am still slightly confused.

I attend a University that currently has Microsoft Exchange based email. As a student, we have full exchange accounts with Outlook Web Access or can use MS Exchange with an Outlook client. Students are not allowed access to the BES.

I currently pull my email into my BB Curve 8330 through Verizon. Is there anyway to sync my exchange calendar with my device? I know the easiest way of course, is to use BES-but I can't. Is there a 3rd party company I could use for this?

I know I could sync the Exchange acct with Gmail and use Google sync to pull everything in but I hate to do all those steps. I am even willing to pay a monthly fee to have another service just do it all automatically for me.

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Could try desktop manager that will sync with Outlook with the exchange account or invite yourself when you make a calendar entry in OWA/Outlook and you will get a meeting request to your BB and will add to the calendar.

Not very convenient but it works.
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