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Old 11-07-2010, 09:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to set up wireless synchronization with Outlook (email, contact, calendar, notes, etc.) without being on a BlackBerry Enterprise Server?
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Google sync for calendar and contacts, BIS for email. You will need a BB data plan in any case for email and the Google sync to work.

What exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to by-pass a company BES? Your previous posts indicate that you are on BES. IMHO, I would not try to get around it, especially if you value your job. If you want to get personal data on the company BB, also think twice. Perhaps you should invest in a personal device for personal data?
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Not trying to bypass BES; I'm planning to leave the BES but I want to sync other outlook files (different accounts) wirelessly. Does Google sync to Outlook notes, tasks, calendar?
How does BIS work?
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Kindly read the FAQ section on BIS. It is for push email.

As I said in my previous post, Google Sync is for contacts and calendar. Need to have it on the BB and the PC. Search via Google for more information.

For notes and tasks, you will have to sync to Outlook using the USB cable and DM.
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Is there a way to set up wireless synchronization with Outlook (email, contact, calendar, notes, etc.) without being on a BlackBerry Enterprise Server?
Any Software, for example?
Hi corke,

CompanionLink offers a wireless sync service for $9.95/month that syncs Outlook contacts, calendar, tasks and notes with your BlackBerry. The software is $39.95, and there's a 14-day free trial here - www.companionlink.com/blackberry/outlook/

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Google is free.
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Google is free.
HI Guys,
New to this place.

But really keen on the topics.
I understand Google Sync for outlook is free.
But also if i am not more there is a Google Sync and Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook. Is it the same? If not which is better?

Also i keen have problem with my 9700 with my google calendar cos it keep on a limited month of months of record. anyway to increase it.
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Google is free.
So is BES-X, and it can be loaded to the same server as exchange!
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