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Outlaw1118 06-11-2006 08:38 AM

BB and Lotus Notes
 
Just switched from treo 650 to the 8700, and love the bb except I can not figure out how to push lotus email sib=nc my company does not have the bb server. The software from Cingular will push outlook from my desktop, but cant find a program to push Notes. Anyone have any experience with this? I really dont want to go back to the treo.

BigA 06-11-2006 04:14 PM

Wireless Mail
http://martinscott.com/home.nsf/page...y?opendocument

d_fisher 06-11-2006 11:05 PM

You can use the Desktop Redirector. The only problem is that you need the redirector up and running all the time for your mail to be delivered.

Outlaw1118 06-12-2006 08:16 AM

Downloaded the software from Martins, and it works great! Thanks

snowskier79 06-12-2006 08:20 AM

I use the Martin Scott Wirlessmail also and it works great! You have a 60 trial period as well!

sparky_dfw_tx 06-12-2006 10:09 AM

You can also set a rule in Lotus to forward all of your Lotus e-mail to your carrier.blackberry.net address, being sure to set your reply-to address in BIS to your corporate e-mail address (if you are running BIS 2.0). This will allow you to receive, send, and reply to your corporate e-mail using your carrier.blackberry.net address, but when the e-mails come through it will look like it is coming from your Lotus account.

snowskier79 06-12-2006 10:15 AM

Sparky, with applying a rule (agent) are you able to keep a local copy in Notes?

sparky_dfw_tx 06-12-2006 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by snowskier79
Sparky, with applying a rule (agent) are you able to keep a local copy in Notes?

Unfortunately no. I have the Auto BCC feature enabled via BIS and set to my corporate address. From there I file any messages sent via my BB to a folder I created. Kind of a pain I know.

It seems like the WirelessMail solution might be the way to go, but until today I had never heard of it. I read the documentation, but I am wondering how it integrates with BIS 2.0? Their install notes show screenshots of BIS 1.8.

Also, will one get into trouble with their Domino admin if they run this agent?

sparky_dfw_tx 06-14-2006 10:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sparky_dfw_tx
Unfortunately no. I have the Auto BCC feature enabled via BIS and set to my corporate address. From there I file any messages sent via my BB to a folder I created. Kind of a pain I know.

It seems like the WirelessMail solution might be the way to go, but until today I had never heard of it. I read the documentation, but I am wondering how it integrates with BIS 2.0? Their install notes show screenshots of BIS 1.8.

Also, will one get into trouble with their Domino admin if they run this agent?


Well I installed the Martin Scott solution and have been using it for a few days. I have to say there isn't really any difference between the Martin Scott solution and a simple Lotus rule that forwards my e-mail to my carrier.blackyberry.net address.

I have the option enabled that should file a copy of the e-mails I send from my BB to my Lotus "sent" folder, but it has yet to work.

I do have to say the Martin Scott solution does forward e-mail to my BB faster than the simple rule approach, but if you want to have e-mails with attachments pushed to your BB you have to change the execution setting to "After Mail Arrives" which causes the forwarding time to slip to the time it takes the simple rule to forward e-mails.

Thoughts anyone? Am I missing something?

RolyMo 06-15-2006 01:59 AM

WirelessMail
 
Well having recently seen this post I too have downloaded WirelessMail in the hope that it can handle appointment/calender invites, which it appears I cannot do with BIS and Lotus Notes.

My first issues were that I did have not complete access rights to the lotus scripts so the install reverted to intalling the Lite version. But then I have had patchy success in having emails forwarded to the BB.

So I am reverting back to a simple forward rule of all email to the BIS. I do like the sound of what WirelessMail is doing, its not too intrusive for your corp email admin people and some of the additional features sound great. I will prehaps try again when my email admin people can boost my Lotus Script rights to allow the full version.


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