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Old 12-23-2005, 07:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there

I know this has been done to death, but i can find anything that actually helps me other than the dynoplex eOffice application. Basically what we need to do is store docs on the blackberry. But its for Business Continuity Plan which means it needs to be available 24/7, no matter whether the BES is up or exchange is up so emailing it is out. As is storing the docs somewhere on the internet.

Have tried using the dynoplex suite but have had some problems that at present appear unresolvable. If anyone knows of another app i would to hear about it.

oh and just to not slag dynoplex, i think the error is on our end not theirs, their software works fine.

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Look at the eOffice suite.
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Old 12-23-2005, 01:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Look at the eOffice suite.
Based on alm1's post, it would seem the eOffice suite is the Dynoplex product he/she is using. Alm1 - what issues are you having using the eOffice product? I am curious because I'm currently evaluating the product myself. It does allow for local storage (on the Blackberry) of eWord/eCell documents. In terms of feature set, I can't find any other product that comes close. It (eWord) is limited by the lack of a "REPLACE" function, however.
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Dynoplex makes other solutions as well. Since alm1 didn't specify what they were using I suggested eOffice.
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If you're having some trouble with installing or using the software, please contact our 24x7 support at [email address] or +1-212-400-7602, we will be glad to help.

I think a number of products, from free eFile to enterprise eOffice setup might be helpful to you.
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Old 12-28-2005, 03:39 AM   #6 (permalink)
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You can also look at RepliGo (I use it). It will save any attachment, however it saves to their severs, not right on the bb, but you do have 24/7 access to it. Check out repligo.net and see if ya like it. pink
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