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Old 05-18-2005, 09:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I access my Microsoft Outlook email when I am away from the office through a VPN - we use an Exchange Server. Forwarding of email is blocked so I do not have the option of setting up an auto-forward rule.

If I connect my PC to the network using the VPN, leave it running all of the time, and then run the redirector, will the email be sent to my blackberry device ?
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No, you still have to have you're IT department set things up for you. There is still a little bit of info that you'll need but not as much info as the BES.
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While I haven't run redirector via VPN (I have a dedicated older PC sitting at the office for that), I do synchronize to Exchange server via VPN. No extra settings or info from IT were required.

I would think that if the remote PC you want to use for redirector is already connected to your Exchange server via Outlook and VPN, you should have the necessary connection info to load and run redirector.
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I don't see why not. Your workstation should just send you anything that comes to your machine. I have Windows Small Business Server 2003, with integrated Exchange Server 2003, a WinXP workstation, and a Watchguard firewall. Redirector sends my emails out to me just fine.
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is it possible for you to run Redirector and BES at the same time without encountering and issues.
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In reading susanf9999's original note, no where does it say that there is a BES involved? Why is BES being mentioned?

susanf9999 - you should be able to run Desktop Redirector as long as your PC's VPN connection remains up.

As long as you are allowed top install Desktop Manager and Desktop Redirector on your laptop, this should work without any interaction with the IT department.
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