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Old 03-21-2008, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know that there are a number of different options out there for wirelessly syncing my Outlook items (Contacts, calendar, e-mails, etc.) such as BIS and BES, but as of this moment I do not believe that my company has anything set up to facilitate this. What would you guys suggest is the best way to accomplish this?
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Outside of BES, and BlackBerry Professional Software, there is NO wireless syncing of those items.
You can set it to sync via a Bluetooth connection, but I don't think that is what you are askng about.
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I did some quick investigating of those items and saw something about it being free with one license. Does that license referr to the amount of phones/users or the server/computer that it is on? Basically, I am just curious what's the most economical way to get 1-3 people at my office set up on this.

In addition to that, I had mentioned in another thread about editing signatures that I had not signed up for BIS or BES and yet was still able to set up all sorts of e-mail accounts on my phone despite comments that seemed to be to the contrary.

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So are you getting email pushed to the BlackBerry, coming to your message folder? Or how are your emails set up to the BlackBerry?
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