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Blackberry Enterprise Setup help

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trying to install Blackberry Enterprise on my Windows 2003 R2 Enterprise 64 bit server running Exchange Serve 2007 64bit

I get these warnings

Mismatched Microsoft Data Access Componet MDAC version recorded in the registry

Unable to find collabration data objects library cdo.dll

Microsoft Exchange Server detected mapi version 1.2.0.21

They are just warnings so I click next and get this

The setup application cannot find the required mapi libraries installed on this computer for information about  mapi libraries that blackberry enterprise server requires, see the documentation for the blackberry entrprise server.


Any ideas

Thanks

Tom



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