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Hello all, I have a question and I hope someone can help. I have an 8800 Blackberry and was wondering if I could sync my Exchange email and my ISP email on the same device. If so how, and how do I keep the seperate. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Hello all, I have a question and I hope someone can help. I have an 8800 Blackberry and was wondering if I could sync my Exchange email and my ISP email on the same device. If so how, and how do I keep the seperate. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Can you sync Exchange email? Almost certainly. Does your Exchange have a BES? If so, get placed onto it. If not, do they allow Outlook Web Access? If so, configure BIS to grab the mail through OWA. If not, find out if your firm will permit forwarding/copying of the Exchange email to another account (e.g., gmail) which can be accessed by the 8800.

Can you sync ISP email? Again almost certainly. Is it a POP account -- probably is -- then you will get it.

Keep them separate: Each account has a separate folder/icon that can be used to keep them separate, or you can use the common message icon for all emails received. Some people elect to hide the common icon so that everything is distinct.

Check out the FAQ section for more information.

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