BlackBerry Internet service with Exchange

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how does the blackberry internet service connect to exchange using owa, why rim advise that inbox messages should be less than 900 messages?.

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Many smart phones connect with an exchange server using <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/bb288524.aspx”>Microsoft’s ActiveSync </a> The site located <a href=”http://www.runpcrun.com/blackberry-exchange”> here </a> discusses using the blackberry with exchange with out using the blackberry enterprise service. This <a href=”http://msexchangetips.blogspot.com/2008/02/blackberry-error-occurred-during-email.html”> site </a> might also be of some help to you.
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As far as having less than 900 messages…its for speed and storage space. The BB internet is only so fast…generating those messages (had they not been stored on the phone alread) would take quite some time. Also, BB don’t have unlimited space, so storage is an issue. Depending on the type of e-mails, 900 messages could easily go over the 64MB most BB’s have.

Hope this helps!

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