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My boss has a new Blackberry Pearl 8810 and he wants to sync with Exchange email over the internet . Is there a way to do this without Blackberry Enterprise Server or Desktop Redirector?
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No, you will have to setup his device using either POP3, or IMAP neither of which would be as secure as just using a mobile device and active sync or getting a BES.
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Make him purchase Blackberry Enterprise Server.  It will install easily onto your Exchange Server.  The Desktop Redirector works but it is really a band-aid solution.

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