the only method to get your e-mail onto your Blackberry is using the Blackberry Desktop Redirector program. If
there is an admin assistant in your company who does not use MS Outlook to manage their own e-mail, then it would be possible run MS Outlook and Blackberry Redirector on that admin’s PC (on a permanent,
always-on basis) in order to push the e-mail to your Blackberry; however, this also means that the admin (or anyone with access to their PC) would have access to your e-mail as well.
If all of the admin assistants are already using MS Outlook to manage their own e-mail (or even to manage their boss’ e-mail… and you are not their boss…), then the limitations of MS Outlook and the Redirector will prevent you from implementing this option. MS Outlook only allows one user profile to be active at a time on a given PC. As well, Redirector can only be installed for a single user/Blackberry.
One other approach that would work is to set up a dedicated PC (with Outlook and Redirector installed) and to leave it on permanently to push your e-mail to you. As long as you configure Outlook on this PC to leave all of your mail on the server, you can continue to use Outlook on your laptop even with this other PC on constantly.
Ultimately, the best ‘solution’ is to have the Enterprise Server implemented; knowing all too well how long some IT groups can take to test out and validate new technology, the most practical approach right now would be to find an under-utilized PC in the company, set up Outlook and Redirector on it, and run it constantly.