1. BaconCanadian's Avatar
    I am reading now that there is a free software called blackberry enterprise express offered straight from RIM.

    How many home users use this for their personal blackberry and what advantages can be made using it?

    What are the options offered? Can I use it too? If so how do I go about it?
    05-05-10 03:06 PM
  2. itsdollar's Avatar
    I am reading now that there is a free software called blackberry enterprise express offered straight from RIM.

    How many home users use this for their personal blackberry and what advantages can be made using it?

    What are the options offered? Can I use it too? If so how do I go about it?
    A lot of stuff written about it. A couple of links below. More in-depth articles on here as well

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f78/bb-...change-455643/

    http://crackberry.com/blackberry-ent...lable-download

    http://m.crackberry.com/besx-vs-bes-...d-clear-things
    05-05-10 03:23 PM
  3. chadley262's Avatar
    Well, you can't.. its not for home users, unless you have a mail server with Microsoft Exchange. :P
    05-05-10 03:23 PM
  4. Que_Ball's Avatar
    It's pretty useless for the average home user.

    The fact you are asking the question likely means you don't have the necessary infrastructure at home to support it. Basically you need to be running your own mail server at home with Microsoft Exchange.

    The BES Express is an add on for Exchange that will sync the blackberry to the exchange server, without exchange it's nothing. (though you will likely be able to use it with Google Apps Premiere late in the year when they upgrade their BES plugin to support BES version 5.0 which BES Express is based on)
    05-05-10 06:23 PM
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