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    News - BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express to bring free synchronisation to small bu

    Research in Motion has taken the wraps off a lightweight, freeware version of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server software.
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    Re: News - BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express to bring free synchronisation to smal

    Nice to know, but a few months too late for us. We dumped our BBs and went for a bunch of Nokias with Exchange sync included. I think we'll be sticking to native ActiveSync capable phones from now on.

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    Re: News - BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express to bring free synchronisation to smal

    Active Sync does give a LOT of flexibility in terms of whose devices you use - Nokias, any one of a load of WM devices, Android, iPhone... RIM may well have missed the boat on this. I have to say I'd be leery of dumping this on my Exchange box, especially with the 75 user maximum; and buying a dedicated server is a lot to spend to support just one manufacturer's handsets.

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