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    Default BES for Domino

    Anyone else out there using BES for Domino? I know a lot of you are using your BES with Exchange, and I am sorry for that. Just kidding... take a deep breath...

    I have been using BES with Domino 7.0.2 and it had been flawless since the day it was installed. Kudos to RIM for remembering that not everyone is drinking the Microsoft kool-aid!

    I know I'm not the only one!
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    Uh oh... I think I hear the crickets chirping on this one....
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    Default Ha, Ha, funny...

    You're right; Exchange rules...
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    Default Domino Rules

    I'm also using BES in a Domino 7.0.2 environment and it's also flawless.

    Domino Rules....
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    Welcome to CrackBerry.com!

    I take it BES/Domino sync's wirelessly, and all that? Are there any real benefits of having BES on a Domino server verses Exchange?
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    I agree Domino rules!

    :-)

    Welcome about PGosselin01!
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    Quote Originally Posted by navilyn View Post
    Welcome to CrackBerry.com!

    I take it BES/Domino sync's wirelessly, and all that? Are there any real benefits of having BES on a Domino server verses Exchange?
    Security, stability, scalability, redundancy and robustness all are benefits Domino has over Exchange... Not to start a flame war here though...
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    Don't get me wrong I've used and supported Domino (R5), but not with BlackBerry connected, thus my question...
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    Works like a champ! :-)
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