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Old 07-24-2006, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I cannot use the BES at work (not a high enough exec.!) So can I get my Outlook emails through BIS?
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If you have POP3 access? If not you may have to setup a re-direct rule in Outlook to forward a copy to your [email address] addy. Be warned as the latter of the two is a security hole by some admins and could get you in trouble.
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If you have POP3 access? If not you may have to setup a re-direct rule in Outlook to forward a copy to your [email address] addy. Be warned as the latter of the two is a security hole by some admins and could get you in trouble.
How do I know if I have POP3 access?
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Old 07-25-2006, 03:04 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Have Outlook Web Access? I think that BIS 2.0 can be setup with those.. not sure though. If not - you can just set a forwarding rule in OWA.. but beware of the previous comments - it is a security breach.

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YOu can set up your Exchange account us:

1) OWA - FYI, OWA 2003 is only supported for BIS 2.0
2) mail connector - computer always needs to be on and connected
3) redirector - ditto; also you don't get attachments this way
4) using POP/IMAP access - your IT will need to enable this
5) forwarding rule
6) BES express - free for 1 user; you pay for extra ppl to add
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