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Sync'ing a Blackberry to Lotus Notes, without BES

Posted on 2008-06-16
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I have a client who wants to sync his lotus notes calander to his Blackberry, but does not want to use our company's BES.  He want to hotsync it like a palm with his notes.  Has anyone seen this before?
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Intellisync will do this quite nicely
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