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Old 02-03-2006, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking to take out a blackberry service and don't know if i need the BES server or not.

My company has exchange 2003. what will the BES server give me that the outlook redirector wont.

What will i gain by buying the BES server?

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Hello

I am looking to take out a blackberry service and don't know if i need the BES server or not.

My company has exchange 2003. what will the BES server give me that the outlook redirector wont.

What will i gain by buying the BES server?

Thanks

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If your company does not have a BES, the redirector is the way to go. You'll be able to sync your blackberry wirelessly. Remeber that the redirector must be running 24/7 on your PC.
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But my queation was really should i install a BES server and what advantages does this give me over the redirector.

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