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Cannot send or receive after Exchange Server upgrade

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I have upgraded a seperate BES Server from v 4.0 to 4.1.5 and also migrated a server to Exchange 2007 from Exchange 2000.

I followed the document below...

http://www.blackberryforums.com.au/forums/microsoft-exchange/687-exchange-2007-bes-install-guide.html

Basically I cannot send or receive email through the Blackberry.  I have followed the document, double checked the permissions ran the relevant exchange 2007 scripts in the mamangement shell, removed the old unsupported MAPI's, install the correct cdo.ll's, rebooted both servers.  No joy, RIM wont talk to me orange are not much help either, help!!
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Fixed at last...problem was upgrade seemed to overwrite some permissions on the BES Server - even though they were there before in the previous version...?.  Deleted all BES Permissions reapplied and rebooted then connected fine.
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