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Old 11-14-2007, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm seriously thinking of switching my domains to the free Google Apps infrastucture

https://www.google.com/a/

One issue is what seems to be the varied reliability of GMail/BIS integration as I can't introduce a Gmail account to my BIS account without the 'full integration' taking place, right?

So...

1. Anyone using Google Apps with their own domain and a Blackberry BIS account?

2. How reliable is Gmail used with a Blackberry BIS account these days? I use a generic email service that pushes (redirects) mail to my BB's own email addresss. It's instant and reliable. Am I going to be disappointed if I move to GMail integration instead?
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I'm seriously thinking of switching my domains to the free Google Apps infrastucture

https://www.google.com/a/

One issue is what seems to be the varied reliability of GMail/BIS integration as I can't introduce a Gmail account to my BIS account without the 'full integration' taking place, right?

So...

1. Anyone using Google Apps with their own domain and a Blackberry BIS account?

2. How reliable is Gmail used with a Blackberry BIS account these days? I use a generic email service that pushes (redirects) mail to my BB's own email addresss. It's instant and reliable. Am I going to be disappointed if I move to GMail integration instead?
Recently switched from Yahoo to Google Apps and have found it to be extremely reliable via Outlook (IMAP), web and BIS.
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