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Old 10-26-2008, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am a new BB user and decided to start with the Bold. There are 4 other BB users where I work. I am looking at implementing BB Professional Software. The basic function I am looking for is synchronization of our email, contacts and calendars. Features which I assume BPS provides. Anyone have experience with BPS that they might share? Should we consider BES? Can I push shared calendars located in MS Exchange public folders?

I have read the comparison of BPS vs. BES on BB's website.


Thanks and look forward to your replies.

David

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I am a new BB user and decided to start with the Bold. There are 4 other BB users where I work. I am looking at implementing BB Professional Software. The basic function I am looking for is synchronization of our email, contacts and calendars. Features which I assume BPS provides. Anyone have experience with BPS that they might share? Should we consider BES? Can I push shared calendars located in MS Exchange public folders?

I have read the comparison of BPS vs. BES on BB's website.


Thanks and look forward to your replies.

David


The only difference i know between BPS and BES is MDS, so if you don't use/need MDS, BPS will do the job.
as far as i know you can't sync public folder, you need a third party apps.
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