Forwarding Exchange Mail to Blackberry Storm

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I would like to get mail from my exchange server onto my Blackberry Storm, but I do not have BES.  I do not need to use web access or outlook with this address as I am the admin and generally do things remotely.  Is it possible to set up Exchange to forward the email (not necessarily sync contacts, calendars, etc) to my Blackberry?


Question by:MClarkCCR
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    Accepted Solution

    You can set up the blackberry to collect mail from your exchange server using IMAP4.

    Enable IMAP access for your user account, forward port 143\993 to your server and set up your blackberry accordingly
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    Expert Comment

    You do not need to enable imap or anything else.
    We use contacts and have the email delivered to the mailbox and forwarded to the users blackberry.

    just create a user contact with a name like  mclarkccr-bb (it has to be different than your username), don't assign an exchange email address.  Once complete go back in to the contact and assign an SMTP address of the users blackberry e.g.  Once comeplte go into the users proper account and change the delivery settings to deliver to the mailbox and forward to the blackberry contact just configured.
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    Author Comment


    My user account already had IMAP4 enabled so I all I really had to do was add another account to my Blackberry using my e-mail and password and that was it.  


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