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Old 11-10-2008, 10:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default redirector download or help forwarding to blackberry bis act?

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I just got the bold - been a while since I have had BB and I am pumped. current firm has no way to get firm email other than redirector. I am out of luck though as I can't figure out where the heck to get it. I am not a total moron - but must be a partial one since I can't find it.

I do know how to use the search button and have found many threads where it appears that OP gets a light bulb going off on his own and fails to share the solution.
mostly like this thread : Download Redirector?

Can anyone enlighten me - please?

I would be 100% cool with just forwarding the emails to my bis blackberry.net act, but I can't get this to work by creating a rule. Can someone explain this to me? I have logged into our web exchange acct and created a rule there thinking that would be the better option, but no such luck.

Please help.

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i found the answer. anyone else looking please see this post.

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can someone tell me which is better? and why?

BlackBerry Redirector.

This is a special software program included on a CD included with BlackBerries, that you can install on your computer. You can run it on a home computer or office computer -- just leave the computer on 24 hours a day. The software will watch for new emails arriving in Microsoft Outlook and then automatically forward a copy of these emails to your BlackBerry. (No BES needed, although some users have reported a BES Server Address Required during installation). But you must keep your computer running 24 hours a day to get copies of your email.
BlackBerry Mail Connector.

This is different than the Redirector. This is a special software program included on a CD included with BlackBerries, that you can install on your computer. You can run it on a home computer or office computer -- just leave the computer on 24 hours a day. The software will watch for new emails arriving in Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes and then automatically forward a copy of these emails to your BlackBerry. (No BES needed). But you must keep your computer running 24 hours a day to get copies of your email. This method allows relatively tight integration including mail read status, deletes and SENT mail (mail sent on the Blackberry will show up in your SENT Box.
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