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Old 05-16-2005, 09:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rogers has full tcp/ip capabalities
I have no problem using verichat, forwarding my emails..I got everything up and running

MY QUESTION:

Is there any other way to have a wireless over the air sync with my outlook apart from gettin BES?
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Nope.
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Is there anyway to SYNC with Outlook without a BES? I just want to use my BB as a normal PDA and have my email on there. Is there anyway to get my email wirelessly without a BES?
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You can sync contacts, calendar, notes and tasks from Outlook to your BlackBerry using the included "Desktop Manager" software that comes with every BlackBerry.

You can get wireless e-mail from POP3 accounts using the BlackBerry Internet Service (previously known as the BlackBerry Web Client) that is supplied by your carrier. If you have Exchange, you can also use the BlackBerry Redirector software.

May I suggest you read the Sticky Threads, particularly the one about the different ways of getting e-mail to your BlackBerry.
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I already did, i have no problems with the way i recieve my emails..i use the forwarding method we talked abt on that thread..i just want to know if theres a third party application that can wirelessly sync my contacts, calendar etc..without using a BES option
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Nope.
BES is the only way to wireless sync your contacts, notes, tasks and calendar.
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