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Old 10-12-2007, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's my stituation. I've got a curve which I am currently using the mail connector program to forward my outlook email etc to my blackberry. We have an exchange server(I think) at work. How can I get my outlook email if I take my laptop on the road.(my laptop is my main office computer, it has the mail connector program installed on it) HELP
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Old 10-12-2007, 10:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Your earlier post you state you don't have BES. You would know if you do.
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I signed up for a BES plan but we dont have on at work. We have regular server at work which sends my outlook to my notebook.
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Why not use BIS? It comes with the dataplan, so you may as well use it.
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True, for travelling, great use.
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While I'm waiting (im)patiently for my 8310, I think one of my challenges will be getting my email (BIS) set up in a way that makes sense. My Outlook Inbox is getting bombarded recently with spam.

Can someone point me in the right direction to BB email set-up FAQ's on the forum? Thanks.
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Can anybody help??? I want to be able to get my office email when my desktop/laptop is not hooked up.
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thunker, have you read the previous posts, answers to you? I believe dubdub made a perfectly sensible and simple suggestion. I concur.

Maddog--read this for BIS setup:
How to add / delete email addresses - BlackBerryFAQ
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JS, thanks for the pointer.
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