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Anyone know or have tried the Webviewer on the 7510? Reqwireless says the Corporate Edition of Webviewer will work on the 7510 without a BES server. Is this true? I don't want to purchase the unit and then have to find out it is not possible. Any input from anyone will be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
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That's correct. Corporate Edition will work on the 7510's TCP/IP stack.

You may want to upgrade your 7510 to BlackBerryOS 4 though.
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I have it running on a 7520... I think they are basically the same unit.
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