Question about upcoming native email
Those that have seen it in action, is the implementation a traditional RIM BIS/BES setup or Activesync? I can setup my email via Activesync, but my company only allows iOS devices to connect through this method and BB's through BIS/BES...no Android allowed. Not sure what the policy will be with PB's, but my guess will be a no-go.
- 01-03-12, 12:40 PM #2
I'm not sure how they would implement BIS/BES on a wifi only device. Perhaps a 3g or 4g playbook will have it. Can you still get BIS/BES email over wifi on your phone with no carrier connection?
- 01-03-12, 12:46 PM #3
Yes, you can have WIFI only BlackBerry devices on BES. Not sure if this is being changed in BB Fusion but yes it does work for BlackBerry handhelds.
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01-03-12, 08:49 PM #6
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Fusion is apparently based on a on-premises server like BES, so I don't think the basic functionality of the corporate server changed (to allow remote configuration, apply IT policies, push apps, etc)