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If they are on BES 4.1, they can choose to turn on SMS/Phone auditing, which will basically take your phone call logs or SMS messages and synchronize those user databases with the BES server into a CSV-formatted file. This is enabled by an IT policy. The actual content of any SMS messages is copied into this file, along with the number/contact the conversation is taking place between.
...PIN messages and BlackBerry Messenger messages are similar in design for auditing.
The wireless backup does not include any of these, though. You cannot view the data of the wireless backups, to my knowledge (if you could, it'd be a pain in the butt, as it's stored in the SQL database).
As for GoogleTalk, Yahoo, etc., none can be audited from the BES. I do not believe that any of the IM clients store the messages on the handheld, therefore I don't really see the current audit synchronization logging being applied to those services in the near future.
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