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Old 08-14-2009, 11:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am a one man shop basically, and would like a better handle on emails. I have 5 email addresses that filter to my blackberry, but the problem is - when I email from my blackberry, it isn't captured on my outlook. I know an exchange server would help me out, but that seems way too pricey for little old me. What are some other alternatives?
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Exchange with BES only about $20/month! Does what you need!
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so i do need to get an exchange server first?
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A hosting company will rent you an Exchange account with several mail addresses and BES for $20/month.

gMail syncs reasonably well with the BB.

Are your mail addresses all different domains? If so, AFAIK, Exchange might not be a great solution unless you don't mind switching among several profiles, as I believe it can only handle one e-mail address via Exchange at a time (you can have several POPs or IMAPs).
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I have about 5 email accounts and yes they are all different domain names. should i be looking for a different solution then?
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To get email responses from the BB to your Outlook account, log into your BIS account and edit each of your 5 email accounts to "auto bcc:" That will blind copy what you send to your email servers and ultimately can get downloaded to Outlook to the inbox.
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