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Configuring OMA in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2003-11-07
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I have Exchange 2003 Up and running, we have multiple mobile devices, IPAQ, Siemens, all running pocketpc.  Also, we have the Blackberry server.  We want to discontinue our contract with Blackberry (RIM) and move over to Mobile Acess Service in 2003.  Is there documentation on doing this and getting it to work.

My problem is not with asking the question, the problem here is finding the solutions that are posted.

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To make sure I understand you correctly;
You are not seeking the answers from a poster here so much as wanting to be pointed to the documentation?

If you want assistance w/ setting up OMA, then I can help. If you want docs, I haven't found any that were useful. The process is relatively simple even w/out docs tho.

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