Originally Posted by NJBlackBerry
should send future incoming e-mail.
And it is the worst way to redirect BlackBerry e-mail.
Darnel, re-read NJBlackBerry's first post in this thread. He's not kidding. Redirector should work, but it is not the best way.
If you're not running a Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES), the best way to set these things up is through your providers Blackberry Internet Server (BIS). Do a search on your provider and BIS to find the one you're looking for. From there you can set up a BIS account for the user and have that account check for messages every few minutes.
Or, you can forward a copy of the user's mail from the Exchange server over to the BIS account you created. I have used all three methods (redirector, pull email, and forwarding), and I prefer the forwarding method over the others. It is much more reliable, and the messages are delivered in an almost real-time basis.