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Old 10-12-2006, 12:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all!

I wanted to know if the 7130g has the ability to track the amount of kb downloaded (either by email or web browsing). If not, does anyone know of a 3rd party application that will do that?

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Do you use a BES?
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Do you use a BES?
I don't know what a BES is. Can you explain?
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BES = BlackBerry Enterprise Server

A BES is usually used in corporate environments which uses Groupware solutions like Notes/Domino and Outlook/Exchange. Private customers usually use BlackBerry together with a carrier specific web site, where you can configure your account.
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BES = BlackBerry Enterprise Server

A BES is usually used in corporate environments which uses Groupware solutions like Notes/Domino and Outlook/Exchange. Private customers usually use BlackBerry together with a carrier specific web site, where you can configure your account.

No I don't use a BES. Am I out of luck?
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