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Do I need to install unified messaging for BESx

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I am planning a BESx and Exchange 2010 deployment and need to know if I need to install the unified communications feature for exchange in order to get BESx to work.
Not a tough question if you know the answer, I just need to know as soon as possible.

Thank you in advance!
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Definitely not is the answer.
Unified Messaging is used purely for voice integration - voice mail left in the form of attachments in your mailbox etc, but it's certainly not needed for mobile access. This is true for both BES/Blackberry and ActiveSync mobile devices.

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Excellent you just saved me tons of money.

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