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Old 04-01-2009, 08:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to buy a blackberry bold. Can anyone tell me if this device has similar application to "mail for exchange" or this application itself.

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No, it does not. BlackBerry is very different from Symbian. It interfaces with a BlackBerry Enterprise Server or various POP/IMAP/Outlook Web Access services using BlackBerry Internet Service.
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Thats mean i can't use gprs services on blackberry devices??
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Thats mean i can't use gprs services on blackberry devices??
You will need a BlackBerry data plan in order for the device to function properly.

In what country are you located?
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So there is no way to communicate with exchange server without using blackberry services?
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So there is no way to communicate with exchange server without using blackberry services?
Not for full synchronization. You can synchronize mail with the BlackBerry Internet Service interfaced with Outlook Web Access.

This requires a BlackBerry data plan, not just a regular data plan.
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