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Old 06-30-2005, 02:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for a wireless sync solution. Link 2 Exchange has been recommended and I see they are a major advertiser in this forum.

Anyone have any experience with this company? It seems a little pricey… Any other suggestions or referrals are appreciated….
Old 06-30-2005, 06:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm a link2exchange customer. The other obvious choice is Mailstreet. They offer slightly different options, and link2exchange worked best for me. will fix you up for $10, but not everyone on these forums is happy with them. Do a search.

Link2exchange has great support and went to a bit of trouble to setup my account the way I liked.

It's worth the $20/month to me. The alternative for me was to get Cingular to enable apn access, which they were never able to do in a stable way.
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$20/month is pretty average for hosted BES/Exchange. I haven't used anyone other than Mailstreet so I can't really comment on Link2Exchange but Mailstreet has been really great. Their Defender anti-spam is VERY effective. A little too effective sometimes but you just have to spend a little while tweaking it.

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