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I have just installed the Blackberry Enterprise express on my SBS 2008 server via this website
http://www.smallbizserver.net/Articles/tabid/266/Id/343/How-to-install-BlackBerry-Enterprise-Server-Express-on-a-SBS-2008.aspx

Installation went great.  But then I started looking around for what I need to do to connect my users' blackberry devices and I'm not finding it as easy as installing the server.

I have created my users in the Blackberry Administration Service console but what now?  I'm an exchange guy and I'm use to windows mobile devices, iphone, and droid phones but when it comes to Blackberry phones I feel like an idiot!

So here's my situation--I have 8 users with blackberry phones that they have been using for a year with ntelos.  They have existing company email accounts that have been forwarding messages to their blackberry email addresses.  I want to know how I am to connect these phones to the new installation of blackberry enterprise server and I don't want to remove, change, or otherwise disrupt any programs settings or features they have been using on their phones with exception to email.

Can anyone tell me how I should proceed or if there is a good walkthrough tutorial like the link I posted above for this?

Thanks alot.
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you need to register all the blackberry devices PIN numbers in your BES and then you need to reconfigure the blackberry device itself to communicate with your own BES vs. the one from ntelos plus some other configuration steps. Here is a good artilce that should get you going:

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-22_11-5681457.html
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Awsome, thanks.
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