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sky2000
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Registered: ‎08-11-2013
My Device: Curve 9320

Curve 9320: Connect with Exchange 2007 without BES ?

Hello,

 

is it possible to connect with the Curve 9320 to a MS Exchange Server 2007 without a BES like with an Android Smartphone ? Our company have not a BES. Can i use WhatsApp & Co. without BES ?

 

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Re: Curve 9320: Connect with Exchange 2007 without BES ?

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sky2000 wrote:

is it possible to connect with the Curve 9320 to a MS Exchange Server 2007 without a BES like with an Android Smartphone ? Our company have not a BES.


Depending on what your email admins face to the internet, maybe. Via BIS, a BB can integrate with most all POP, IMAP, and OWA internet-facing systems. But, it will depend on what faces the internet:

  • KB03119 Requirements for integrating IMAP and POP email accounts with a BlackBerry Internet Service account
  • KB04478 Integrate POP accounts with the BlackBerry Internet Service
  • KB10154 How to integrate a POP or IMAP email account through advanced integration
  • KB03133How to integrate a Microsoft Outlook Web Access email address on BlackBerry smartphone

Depending on what your email system faces to the internet, one of those should get you going.


sky2000 wrote:
Can i use WhatsApp & Co. without BES ?

I know what "WhatsApp" is, but what is "WhatsApp & Co."? In any event, WhatsApp does not require BES (I have heard others report that it does require BIS though).

Good luck!


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