06-26-2008 08:19 PM
I work for a LARGE software company in Redmond, WA that is not terribly BlackBerry friendly. I would like to purchase a Pearl 8120 and have it sync with my work email (Exchange server).
Is there a way to configure a BlackBerry device to use Exchange ActiveSync so I can use it for corporate email?
The only support doc I can find that mentions EAS is as follows (near the bottom of the doc)
It discusses a conflict with using a BES wireless signal (which I don't want) and an EAS signal (which I do want).
Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
01-19-2009 05:18 AM
There is now a solution that will let you ActiveSync your Blackberry against your exchange server. It is called NotifySync. You can find more about it by looking at http://www.NotifySync.co.uk/ The best thing of all is that you dont need a BES server or a BES data plan so this can work out much more cost effective than the traditional BES based solution and you keep all your important features.
01-28-2009 03:17 PM
01-28-2009 06:54 PM
What is the cost for NotifySync - they let you download a free triel but nowhere on the sitte do they have a price? I don't want to have to give them all of my information to download a free trial only to find out later that it's really expensive.
12-31-2009 01:50 PM
Cost for NotifySync is based on Tier pricing. 2-24 users, however they can negoitate.
1st year License and Maintenance is $100.00 user
Subsequent years you pay only for maintenance @ $25.00 user. What you get is maintenance, Live tech support upgrades and updates. Based on the above pricing on a 3 year plan is $150.00
08-17-2010 06:12 PM
I found a different solution called AstraSync ($49/year).
Check out this webpage to read more: http://www.stricklandnetworks.com/blog/2010/08/17/