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Old 02-18-2007, 08:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK, I am looking to buy a BB, but I'm not sure if I can get corp e-mail without using enterprise server. Is there any way to have my PC client "forward" mails to a BB? Any ideas??

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Yes; it is called the Desktop Redirector. It is included in the Desktop Manager program....
You must leave the PC turned on and logged in for the mail to redirect.
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Will it keep the mail on my desktop as well or just send to BB and delete from server/desktop??
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It will keep the mail on the server/in Outlook.
Please note that the Desktop Redirector is only certified to work with Microsoft Exchange.
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One more thing...will it do this wirelessly or do I need to be connected to the PC?
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Any idea bout Lotus 6.5?
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I do not believe Desktop Redirector works with Lotus Notes...
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