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Old 11-03-2007, 10:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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RIm has launched new software for SOHO companies: BlackBerry Professional Software (BPS)

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BlackBerry Professional Software (BPS): extendiendo la plataforma BlackBerry a la pyme | miblackberry.com - Noticias y Software para BlackBerry

In English with Automatic translation:
BlackBerry Professional Software (BPS): BlackBerry platform extended to the SME | miblackberry.com-News and Software for BlackBerry

Now we have:
BlackBerry Profesional Service (BIS)
Desktop Redirector
BlackBerry Unite
New BlackBerry Professional Software (BPS)
BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)

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Old 11-04-2007, 03:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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BPS is only for BES. Correct?
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No,
BPS is a new platform.

It's more than BIS and less than BES.

BPS it's limited to 30 max users

BPS can install in the same saver that Exchange or Domino.
Don't have management roles and groups.

NO support IM IBM Lotus Sametime or Microsoft Office Live Communications Server
YES support Gtalk and Yahoo

NO support applications requiring BlackBerry MDS Runtime.
YES support Browser applications and Java applications.

If your requerminet grow then you can migrate to BES server.
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So we've setup a demo 1 licensed BPS server to integrate with our Exchange server. What do I do next with my blackberry??? I want to syncronize my mail acct on exchange to it? I'm very new to the BB world so please help? Thanks
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