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Old 03-02-2005, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We have over 20 users who get their email from our BES connected to Lotus Domino. I have a consultant who wants a BB 7750 from Verizon, but doesn't want to synch with Domino (technically, he isn't an employee, so he doesn't have a Domino account), rather, he wants to synch with his home email account through Comcast. The problem is that his main machine is a laptop that he carries around with him. That's the machine that he wants to synch Outlook with, however, as I understand it, in order to use the Web Client, a program needs to be installed on a machine that's always connected to the Internet in order to push messages to the BB.

Does this mean I have to install the Web Client piece on one machine (I'll call it machine 1), but the Desktop Manager on a second machine (machine 2). Will this configuratoin allow him to get his email and also synch his PIM? Is there a better config?
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You can just use the Blackberry Web Client. You don't need to install anything...just enter all his pop information from Comcast into the BWC and you are all set.

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