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Old 06-25-2010, 02:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A number of my colleagues and I have suddenly been shut off from receiving our corporate e-mail on our BlackBerries. A few who use AT&T have found solutions after a struggle. Those of us using Verizon are still in the dark. This started about 5 or 6 days ago. Any ideas out there?

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Old 06-25-2010, 02:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you using BES, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server? If so, has anyone contacted the BES administrator to ask them if there are issues>
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Good question. I don't know but I'll ask and try to find out. Thanks for the reply.
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Go Google bro. It works FLAWLESSLY on a Blackberry (email, calendar, doc hosting, etc).

My company went Google and its a dream.

We ditched Outlook and Entourage in favor of Google and it ROCKS!
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sure Google on a BES. I dont think a company wants their email exposed. I would do as NJBlackberry suggested, check with the admin
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Shut out from using corporate email? Sounds like either OWA has been disabled or the RIM IP addresses have been blocked by the company network.
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Go Google bro. It works FLAWLESSLY on a Blackberry (email, calendar, doc hosting, etc).

My company went Google and its a dream.

We ditched Outlook and Entourage in favor of Google and it ROCKS!

I will second tsac's comment. This is not the best advice. While Google integrates well, it is nowhere near as secure as BES service.
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