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I have a question to the forum about where does the BES data actually travel to when it leaves the Exchange server.    It is a question that some of our clients are asking and the answer used to be that all BES data go through the RIM servers before being sent to the recipient's server.  

Does that still hold true?  

Thank you in advance for your responses.
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this is a good article (with diagram) to read:
http://crackberry.com/what-blackberry-enterprise-server-do-i-need-one
hope that helps..
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Excellent LInk / Article.   Thank you.

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