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Old 11-14-2007, 07:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am considering using a Hosted MS Exchange with BB BES. I own a domain now and use multiple personal POP email addresses..gmail, etc. I have internet access through my BB browser now.

Question: If I migrate to a hosted MS exchange server, will that change the way my BIS is configured?

Question: If I migrate to a hosted MS exchange server and hosted BES, can I still reply from my BB8820 (AT&T) with my personal POP email addresses in addition to primary domain address?

I've reviewed the FAQ and spoke with two companies and get conflicting answers.

Will I gain any significant functionality by changing the configuration?

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Old 11-14-2007, 08:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Question: If I migrate to a hosted MS exchange server, will that change the way my BIS is configured?
No.

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Question: If I migrate to a hosted MS exchange server and hosted BES, can I still reply from my BB8820 (AT&T) with my personal POP email addresses in addition to primary domain address?
Yes.

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Will I gain any significant functionality by changing the configuration?
You will get wireless calendar, contact, and read/unread sync with the Exchange server.
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