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Old 09-22-2008, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

First of I apologize, i'm sure all my question are answerable if i look around but i'm short on time and have multiple questions.

I have 3 users who need complete Microsoft exchange sharing on their blackberry. right now I have them getting the web client push but that's just email (right?). So I was thinking of installing BB enterprise but that is a little pricy for 3 people.

Is there a solution which could push exchange emails, calendar contacts etc which is not the enterprise solution? Can the web access do it but i do not have it configured properly?

Thanks for any help with this,
Matt
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Have you tried the Desktop Manager software that comes with the Blackberry?
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Hi Ragrots,

Thanks for the reply.

I have not tries the desktop software. I have not worked and am not familiar with BB software/phones at all so, would you recommend the desktop solution? Is that the only one aside from BB enerprise? So the user would have to always stay logged on? It would push everything (email, calendar)?

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If you want wireless sync of the calendar contacts and other stuff, you may want to check Blackberry Profesional Software BlackBerry - BlackBerry Professional Software or Blackberry Unite BlackBerry - BlackBerry Unite!
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Desktop manager (DM) is a fine solution, as is Blackberry Professional. DM will require that contacts, calendar, etc., be synced via cable.

Another solution would be to use the assorted companies that provide Exchange/BES services for a monthly fee.
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