Blackberry configuration with Exchange 2010

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IS there any other way to configure Blackberry with Exchange other than BES, if yes can any one please provide be detail steps, i am using Exchange 2010.

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You may try by using the OWA connection via the Blackberry Mail System or by mail forwarding to the Blackberry’s external mail address as an external contact. Or also you may use BES Express.

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  • Redhot2006
    Thz alot for the information Rechil,
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  • KFaganJr
    When asked for the mail server remember to put the OWA address, not the FQDN of the exchange server. I get mail on my blackberry via the OWA connector, which also syncs calendars. It's a solution, not the best, but a solution. My biggest issue with it is the fact that you will not get items marked as read when they are read on other sources and managing mail is a bit awkward. It's better than the cost of bb enterprise server though.
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  • Stevesz
    If it is the cost of BES that puts you off, try BES Express, the free version of BES. It is not as full featured, but it works pretty much the same as BES. Look for it here.
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  • KFaganJr
    Thanks StevesZ, you saved me from dealing with what I had until time was available to do the research. The organization I am currently at is the first I've been at without BES and there is a small group on blackberry, the rest are all android and iPhone. It's hard to justify the expense in man hours or software in that case but I can roll this up with the exchange 2010 install and it'll be a win win for everyone. Thanks again, great advice.
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  • Redhot2006
    Thanz all for ur valuable suggestion
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  • JohnHumphrey
    We have used BES Express in our organization, and we have had a few challenges and hurdles. For a few user accounts, it would not synchonize effectively. Calendar entires made in Outlook would be pushed down to the Blackberry, but some entries on the Blackberry would not synchronize back to the BES. We discovered that accounts with Administrative access would be the ones most often having this issue. By following MS Best Practice, and "encouraging" users to have separate Admin and Daily Usage accounts, we were able to get BES Express to operate more effectively. The "Admin" accounts should not have Exchange or Blackberry access. The "Daily Usage" Calendar entries would then update in both directions, as it was intended.
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  • Redhot2006
    thz Stevesz
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