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Old 11-25-2005, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible? I'm new at this. I have a 7520 and I want my inbox and sent folders to be synced, but I don't have Exchange. I use Outllook 2003 and a normal pop3 account. Is there a way?
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Old 11-25-2005, 04:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I also have a 7520. Won't do exactly what you want but maybe this will help:

Go to your service provider and log in to your internet accessable email (not using outlook) there you should be able to create a forwarding rule to send copies of your email to your BB email. ie [email address]

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Old 11-25-2005, 10:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What I'm looking for is a way to sync my sent message in my BB to my sent messages in my Outlook on my desktop. This way I have a copy of everything I've sent.
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You need BES. Your contacts, calendar, email, tasks, notes, etc will all be synced. BES hosting is very affordable, and certainly worth the investment.
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Yes it is. I've used both Mailstreet and MobileWeb4U and would recommend either. The one thing I like better with MobileWeb4U is that the support is a bit better than Mailstreet.
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Further to above:
I'd also recommend that you register your own domain. This is very cheap (around $10 or less per year), and it enables you to keep the same email address(es) regardless of which hosting service you're with.
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Well, here's the thing. We have our own domain. And I am tied in with the hosting server. Problem is they run Linux, not exchange. So I'm not sure we could even use Exchange.

Sorry, I'm a little new at this. I have a copy of MS Exchange, and a server running in my office, but my email comes straight from the pop server where my web site is being hosted.
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