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All,

I've heard it is possible to use an XDA II with the BlackBerry service, but wondering if anyone has tried?

I'm using BES 3.6 for Exchange and would like my remote users to be working in pocket Outlook if at all possible. Our telco here in Australia isn't great at supporting us and finding out information (i.e. their profits come from RIM devices only, so don't even discuss other possibilities).

Thanks in advance.
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