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Old 08-22-2006, 12:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I have setup my ISP to forward a copy of all emails to my BIS 2.0 and setup up Auto Bcc with a filter removing the new email so that I can get my personal email on my BB and get a copy of what I sent in my Outlook PST back at home.

Now, for my corp email we have an interesting setup here... Exchange system, no BES, no local Outlook client. We always use OWA, however, if you're outside the domain you need to access an extranet portal and enter a userid and a valid SecureID card code to get to the OWA login screen.

Unconditional forwarding outside the domain is not permitted. The IT admins absolutely refuse to bend on that rule, otherwise I would have set it up similarly to my personal account.

I have read and re-read the forums to no avail.

Thanks for any insight.
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Tought situation you got there. I am guessing that your best/worst option is to access the web portal from the browser on the handheld.
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Yes, I figured I could do that. However I am on Rogers and am very afraid of hitting my 25 MB/month limit.

Also the push capability of the BB would be all but negated.

I can only hope that in the next quarter we get access to a real local Outlook client, then I can just use Redirector since I always leave my machine on.
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Old 08-22-2006, 01:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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If you've got a machine at home you could log it onto your work and have it get your work mail and set up a rule to forward it to your BB. It would be far from push and probably violate at least a dozen company IT rules, but it could work. We had those SecureID key fob things and tunneling a few years ago (before VPN) and it would log you out for inactivity so you'd probably have to set up something to keep it active. I know many programs exist for just such purpose

BTW, you can have your BB BIS 2.0 login and get your mail. Just set up Outlook to leave a copy on the server. That way all the BB mail will come from who it came from instead of you (if it's doing that).
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If you've got a machine at home you could log it onto your work and have it get your work mail and set up a rule to forward it to your BB. It would be far from push and probably violate at least a dozen company IT rules, but it could work. We had those SecureID key fob things and tunneling a few years ago (before VPN) and it would log you out for inactivity so you'd probably have to set up something to keep it active. I know many programs exist for just such purpose

BTW, you can have your BB BIS 2.0 login and get your mail. Just set up Outlook to leave a copy on the server. That way all the BB mail will come from who it came from instead of you (if it's doing that).
As I stated before, I can't use regular Outlook, I can only access it via the OWA interface. Therefore I cannot forward from a home machine.

Also, I have a forward setup at the server level on my POP server therefore my machine at home does nto need to be up and running, I always get my ISP (Videotron) email on my BB within seconds.
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So no one else has any ideas?
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