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Blackberry Enterprise Server Under the Exchange 2010

Hi,

I need to install Blackberry Enterprise Server in our Exchange 2010 enviroment. Is it workable?

Thank you in advance!
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mwiener1Commented:
Absolutely.

RIM recommends that you dont install on the same server as exchange, but it works either way if you dont have a different server to install on.

Download the installer, run it, it will go through a checklist for you. as long as everything passes your good to go.

Also, check

 http://www.commodore.ca/windows/exchange/blackberry/how-to-install-bes-express-exchange-2010-single-server.html.

Its a pretty thorough walk through of what you'll need to do to get it all setup.
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lgallionAuthor Commented:
I prefer intalling on the file server. Is it ok to to that?
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mwiener1Commented:
yeah, and server that's part of the domain will be fine.

The BES admin service will use a GB of RAM by itself, so make sure there's plenty of RAM on whatever machine you install it on.
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lgallionAuthor Commented:
I see. Thank you so much! I will look into it.
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