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Old 03-02-2007, 02:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I once read there was a way to have a computer on 24/7 running Outlook which is connected to the exchange server at my company that will sync my blackberry wirelessly. Is this possible? We do not have enterprise server.

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You are talking about the "Desktop Redirector", which runs on a PC (up 24X7) and forwards e-mail to a BlackBerry. It does NOT do wireless sync. All it does is forward e-mail wireless. Please note that Desktop Redirector, which comes included with Desktop Manager with the BB, is only certified to work with Microsoft Exchange.
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