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Default Blackberry Emulation for non-Blackberry devices

I have seen some software mentioned somewhere that can be installed on a non-blackberry device to allow it to connect to a Blackberry Enterprise Server. I have searched and cannot find this again. Could someone please tell me what the name of this software is. Thanks.
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It is called BlackBerry Connect. Unfortunately, since it was announced over 18 months ago, it is still not offered by any US mobile providers. A bit overhyped.
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