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Old 02-15-2005, 09:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone heard any news, rumors, etc, as to when/if Blackberry is going to support Microsoft Outlook Web Access 2003? They currently support all older versions.

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Old 02-21-2005, 05:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Interesting point to note, I have successfully integrated OWA 2003 with my BlackBerry using the BlackBerry Web Client, EVEN THOUGH BlackBerry's website indicates it does not support this version. Thought people might like to know...
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Old 03-09-2005, 10:36 AM   #4 (permalink)
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yes....HOW???? please do share..
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We enable the Outlook Mobile Access and have had no problems. Only thing it did not enable was the ability to get to Public folders but a slick tool from http://www.leederbyshire.com/Info.asp let us also enable public folder access. We are using a trial of the product right now and it is ver nice. Overall Outlook Mobile Access through the berry has been awesome.

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Old 03-20-2005, 10:11 PM   #6 (permalink)
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We enable the Outlook Mobile Access and have had no problems. Only thing it did not enable was the ability to get to Public folders but a slick tool from http://www.leederbyshire.com/Info.asp let us also enable public folder access. We are using a trial of the product right now and it is ver nice. Overall Outlook Mobile Access through the berry has been awesome.

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If you need Outlook the best thing to do is to use a Palm Treo 650 and get a Goodlink License.
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Old 03-26-2005, 05:17 PM   #8 (permalink)
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This is near-duplicate message (repost) of TreoMan's other post -- I have closed the other one. Please do not post duplicates on BlackBerryForums. Thanks.

It is against the rules to crosspost duplicates - and your last few messages seem like you are advertising Goodlink (you even posted phone number info for Goodlink) Discussion and debate is welcome as long as RIM is, but your last 6 messages seem suspiciously "advertising-like" and is out of context. (This message is okay, in the Rumor Mill -- but your message with the phone number is considered advertising.)

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Old 03-28-2005, 01:20 PM   #9 (permalink)
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The Treo650 has Versamail which also supports active synch - will synch inbox, calendar, and contacts of the air - hooks are native to exchange 2003. I have also heard that Microsoft in their normal fashion is getting some wears together to give RIM and Good a run for their money..is active synch the newborn to grow into this product..who knows - but it works great considering it's included with Exchange 2003.
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I *LOVE* Exchange. I *HATE* ActiveSync and PocketPC. They're both crap.
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The Treo650 has Versamail which also supports active synch - will synch inbox, calendar, and contacts of the air.
Are you sure it does contacts as well? The information I read on Palm's Treo site listed only inbox and calendar.

ActiveSync when it works is nice, but the Windows Mobile OS is about as stable as Windows 95 -- it has a long way to go.
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Are you sure it does contacts as well? The information I read on Palm's Treo site listed only inbox and calendar.

ActiveSync when it works is nice, but the Windows Mobile OS is about as stable as Windows 95 -- it has a long way to go.
Correct. Versamail does not sync contacts.

However, you do not have to run Windows Mobile to run ActiveSync, but the current iteration of ActiveSync is very, very weak as it relates to feature and functionality.
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Through the webclient for Cingular and T-Mobile I have my new account setup to go to OWA and download my Exchange email with no 3rd party application needed. It downloads instantly so its really good that I get all of my exhcange email which is awesome.

I have noticed that if you have sub-folders and on your desktop pc if you have automatic rules that puts emails in those folders it wont grab those, it only grabs the new email out of the "Inbox" check this out for yourself it was easy to setup like 30 seconds and i have seti it up on 10 blackberry's at work works perfect.
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Interesting point to note, I have successfully integrated OWA 2003 with my BlackBerry using the BlackBerry Web Client, EVEN THOUGH BlackBerry's website indicates it does not support this version. Thought people might like to know...
What about some insight as to how you did this.
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To be honest, I set it up through the bb web client just as if it was OWA 2002 and it works perfectly.
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I am running outlook 2003 I havent had any issues at all. I was running 2003 on 3.7 version as well
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Through the webclient for Cingular and T-Mobile I have my new account setup to go to OWA and download my Exchange email with no 3rd party application needed. It downloads instantly so its really good that I get all of my exhcange email which is awesome.

I have noticed that if you have sub-folders and on your desktop pc if you have automatic rules that puts emails in those folders it wont grab those, it only grabs the new email out of the "Inbox" check this out for yourself it was easy to setup like 30 seconds and i have seti it up on 10 blackberry's at work works perfect.
Guys - this is what the web client does - uses POP3 to get mail from any POP3 enabled account. Your exchange server is obviously POP3 enabled. There shouldn't be a problem w/ OWA 2003 as long as your exchange server is POP3 enabled (and the firewall in front of your Exch server allows TCP on port 110).

This will only get your mail though, not contacts and calendar, right? If anybody has a method to sync w/ OWA and wirelessly manage contacts and calendar, please disclose!

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This may be a silly question, but what do you need it to work with web outlook for? Is it that there is no BES being used?
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just some info i work for a carrier in technical support and my bwc has my webaccess integrated jsut need some changes made with the admintool which the carrier wont do ... but im telling you it works right now they just dunno if they want eveyone to know this
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