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Old 11-12-2008, 07:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got my corporate account set to my BB over OWA and emails are delivered ok (with some delay). However, it looks like it does not deliver the incoming emails that are supposed to be delivered to folders and not in inbox.

I got filters for certain senders that go to different folders (and not to inbox) and until now I'm not receiving them. Is there a solution for that?

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Old 11-12-2008, 07:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to redirect those other folders to your handheld.

Messages > Options > Email Settings > click menu button > Folder Redirection

Expand your folder list and select the folders you wish to redirect.
Save your changes.
 
Old 11-12-2008, 07:58 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the prompt answer, however it does not display my folder. Only has my email address with a grey box on the left :(
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Yes this is a problem as BIS will only Sync your Inbox through OWA. If you were on BES you could select multi folders to sync if allowed by the Administrator. They figure that if you are doing that advance of stuff that you should be using BES. They don't want to give everything away for free or why would you use BES
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Thats really bad news.. Really really bad... :( Isnt there a solution to that?
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Old 11-12-2008, 11:56 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Yes it's BES sorry. This is what happens when consumers hit a business market. It was designed for business and only recently has the consumer market started to take a stronger hold on these devices. so perfect for RIM as they can just keep raking in the money

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Old 11-12-2008, 11:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I have heard it is free for 1 user? Is that true?
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I have heard it is free for 1 user? Is that true?
It depends on your BES provider. you have to have a email provider that has access to a BES compatible mail system like Exchange. And they might do 1 user free accounts. But you have to license BES from RIM so all service providers would have to pay per account and every month have to tell them how many people are on the system. I would not suspect that many service providers would not give 1 away for free, but if it gets you hooked then maybe you'll sign up for 10 more accounts. Again this is a business tool and they expect business users to be using it so they are no in the market for free they know companies have the moola to back their devices they way the need them.
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Thanks for the prompt answer, however it does not display my folder. Only has my email address with a grey box on the left :(
Sorry about that, giorgosh.
I saw "corporate account" in your original post and my mind went directly to the BES world.
I completely missed that you were a BIS user.
 
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What about
BlackBerry Professional Software Express
BlackBerry - BlackBerry Professional Software Express

Any1 tried it??
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Old 11-13-2008, 06:35 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I have heard it is free for 1 user? Is that true?
BES (BPS) requires you to have your own in-house server running Microsoft or MS and IBM products.

What it requires is Windows Server such as SBS 2003/8 which will allow you to run the freebie 1 user BPS. But I will tell right now the MS OS will set you back $500 to $1000 for the 2003 server, and $1500 for the 2008 server, the machine and the hardware that goes with it is extra, plus you need an internet connection with a static IP.

Or you can certainly look at Microsoft Exchange hosting, which will be cheaper that offers BES service.

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Thanks. I already got SBS with SQL+ MS Exchange 2003 WITH 14 users.. I'm the first one on BB and in a 'sort of' a trial period to see if we buy BES (If positive it will be done in a year). I wanted to know if any1 tried BlackBerry Professional Software Express, to inform me about what resources it needs, what services runs, if there are any conflicts with SQL or Exchange or other services and how difficult the installation is
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Thanks. I already got SBS with SQL+ MS Exchange 2003 WITH 14 users.. I'm the first one on BB and in a 'sort of' a trial period to see if we buy BES (If positive it will be done in a year). I wanted to know if any1 tried BlackBerry Professional Software Express, to inform me about what resources it needs, what services runs, if there are any conflicts with SQL or Exchange or other services and how difficult the installation is
You should never install BES on the same machine as Exchange. It has conflicts with some files Exchange uses.

Any server purchased in the last 3 years will run BES or BPS just fine. My server is almost 4 years old and hosts 984 users on BES. No issues.

Mine is a Dual Proc 2.4GHz with 3GB RAM.

Once you go BES (or BPS), you will never go back. Well worth the investment.
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So u are telling me to get a different server just for 1 blackberry user I currently have? Isn't that too much??
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BPS installed on the SMS is supported. That's what the product was designed to target, the major limitation is that you can only have 30 users before you have to update to the BES solution
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*30 BlackBerry users
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Old 11-14-2008, 01:01 AM   #17 (permalink)
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BPS installed on the SMS is supported. That's what the product was designed to target, the major limitation is that you can only have 30 users before you have to update to the BES solution
SMS = SBS ?

I assume it is supported. Wanted to know what resources it needs (Already got Exchange + SQL running) and how complex the installation is ...
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yes SMS = SBS

na.blackberry.com/eng/deliverables/850/BlackBerry_Professional_Software_Getting_Started_G uide.pdf

Requirements for BPS:
Exchange Server, Server 2000 SP4 or 2003, MAPI32 and CDO installed (ESM), MSDE/SQL, MDAC, JRE, MS XML

Then set your permissions as outlined in the doc above
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Thanks!! May I ask, if I change my Exchange Settings from 443:Https that it is now, to IMAP, would it then forward ALL emails OK?????
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NO, the BlackBerry Internet Service does not support folder redirection (incl. POP, IMAPor OWA)
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