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Starting MAPI on Exchange 2003

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All I am trying to do is enable MAPI on my Exchange 2003 server for an installation of Blackberry server on a seperate machine. However, All I see is POP3 and MAPI4.

Which one of these do I enable to get the MAPI functionality I am looking for?

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by:jdera
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What you need to do is install the Exchange System Manager on the actual BES server.  That should be in the documentation for installing the BES server.  Watch out the permissions are the only tricky part to installing the BES Server software.
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by:RKoons
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Right...

I have done that!

But I don't see how to start it, unless it is the IMAP4 I am supposed to start
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by:RKoons
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OK...

If I am reading this page 13 correctly, If I have installed the Exchange 03 management onto the Blackberry server, then I am done and don't need anything more...?

Keep in mind, I am working with BB Pro, not enterprise!
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by:RKoons
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This is one of those areas where, after reading all the documentation available, I am still not sure exactly how to get the MAPI running or if it is really needed.

According to the article suggested, it "seemed like" a specific install was not needed as long as the Exchange manager is installed on the BB server. After calling RIM support, I was able to get the whole mess working without doing any additional installing on the Exchange Server.

Therefore, I'll have to assume that this responce was correct!
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