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Old 07-08-2007, 08:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I'm an IT guy and have had my own BES with Exchange (2003)

I'm now taking the big move and left the secure IT company and have my own company (s) Well I have 4 companies and I that where the problem is.

I now use a Hosted Exchange/BES service from Intermedia no problems there

I can only have BES reply with one email account but as the President of 2 compaines and as a consultant to 4 more they all want me to use there email accounts and well I can't figure it out yet

I have my IT company on the bes (PCTECH4U.com)
I nave another exchange with a client
I have 3 POP emails + GMAIL
Plus my web hosting POP account so
I need to tie into 2 exchange and 4 pops well I can do it on the laptop but is there a way on the Blackberry (I just got the 8703 / Sprint) but I can go to what ever!

Any thoughts!

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Old 07-08-2007, 09:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Ok I'm an IT guy and have had my own BES with Exchange (2003)

I'm now taking the big move and left the secure IT company and have my own company (s) Well I have 4 companies and I that where the problem is.

I now use a Hosted Exchange/BES service from Intermedia no problems there

I can only have BES reply with one email account but as the President of 2 compaines and as a consultant to 4 more they all want me to use there email accounts and well I can't figure it out yet

I have my IT company on the bes (PCTECH4U.com)
I nave another exchange with a client
I have 3 POP emails + GMAIL
Plus my web hosting POP account so
I need to tie into 2 exchange and 4 pops well I can do it on the laptop but is there a way on the Blackberry (I just got the 8703 / Sprint) but I can go to what ever!

Any thoughts!

Matt
You can configure a single BES account plus BIS will support up 10 accounts (POP, Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, ...). Can you have the additional Exchange account forwarded to a POP (or another BIS-supported) account? You can even configure the reply-to address as necessary.
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well that my current plan but the delay on the email (pop3) is very slow based on test is can take a couple of hours!

for the 2nd exchange that was my plan but hoping for something better!

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BIS should only have at most a 15 min delay. RIM polls your accounts every 15 mins and if it finds mail, it is shipped to your device. RIM will then repoll in about 2 mins and if it finds something, that is then shipped to your BB and the two minute cycle continues. If not, then the next poll will be in 15 mins.

It has to be in your setup some how or an issue with Sprint.
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well that my current plan but the delay on the email (pop3) is very slow based on test is can take a couple of hours!

for the 2nd exchange that was my plan but hoping for something better!

Matt
Create a "sprint.blackberry.net" account. The BlackBerry account (at least for Verizon) appears to be instantaneous, while there is a slight delay as described above with POP accounts.
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if I'm pop 3 I don't need the redirector running a correct?

the bes email is working

but I have send test messages to the pop account and nothin for over a hour except my blind copy went to exchange in 3 min.

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if I'm pop 3 I don't need the redirector running a correct?

the bes email is working

but I have send test messages to the pop account and nothin for over a hour except my blind copy went to exchange in 3 min.

thoughts?
Redirector isn't necessary. Have you received the service books notification e-mails for the POP accounts (i.e., Subject "Congratulations" from Activation Server). If not, try resending from the BIS webpage.
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Yes I got those fine.

somewhat related question am I going to get all that spam that outlook filters out?
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Ok i deleted and re-did the account and now it works.........Thanks
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somewhat related question am I going to get all that spam that outlook filters out?
It depends on where/when filtering is applied. Filtering done by the Exchange server should still be in effect, but any client filtering that your Outlook client performs would be lost. You can add filtering for BIS via the BIS website.
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