1. bluhbluh24's Avatar
    Hi!...in order to access company e-mail, I have to log into Outlook Web Access. It is not configured for Pop or Imap, and it cant be accessed through desktop outlook, I was told by IT that was done for security reasons. When my partner got a blackberry a few months ago, they told him he needed enterprise, and a special code, and has to pay a few hundred dollars a year for a license to get access. I just got my blackberry, only have the internet service, and was seemingly able to set it up without a problem, no special code, no license. Can some body tell me what the different between the two is, and is there a benefit to the enterprise server? I appreciate any input.
    02-13-09 04:25 PM
  2. Eric16l's Avatar
    Enterprise is when your hooked up to your company E-Mail through a BES (blackberry enterprise server). The license is for the server side connection. To set your device up under the internet service is free, but you won't get your company E-Mail. Only personal.

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    02-13-09 04:29 PM
  3. bluhbluh24's Avatar
    Thats the impression I was under. But I went to the Verizon Blackberry Internet Service website, where I set up my gmail, and I entered the log in info that I use on my company's outlook web access site, and it worked and I am able to both send and receive e-mails. I am wondering why my partner had to pay a fee and get enterprise, or if there is some benefit to that I am missing.
    02-13-09 04:32 PM
  4. chaznsc's Avatar
    If ur web access is enabled you can BIS ur email. The benefit of bes is calendar and contact sync as well as security on the server side.

    Pm if u need further help

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    02-13-09 04:41 PM
  5. bluhbluh24's Avatar
    Thanks, appreciate your help, will do.
    02-13-09 04:44 PM