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Blackberry Enterprise Server Express 5.0.2 and Exchange 2010 SP2

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Hi Experts, would like to know if BESX 5.0.2 would be compatible with Exchange 2010 SP2? We are planning to upgrade from Exchange 2010 SP1 this weekend. If not, would it be possible to perform an in-place upgrade of BESX 5.0.2 to 5.0.3?

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Hi, compatibility matrix does not indicate Exchange 2010 SP2, only SP1 and RTM. Is it safe to assume that it is compatible?

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No, if you want to still deploy then you first implement on Test Environment.
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BES 5.0.2 is not compatible with Exchange 2010 SP2.
Yes,you can do an in-place upgrade of BES 5.0.2 to BES 5.0.3.

Check the attachment for BES-Compatibility matrix..
BES-Compatibility-Matrix.pdf
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BES Compatibility Matrix 01/06/2012Hi Doertalk, appreciate your reply. We do not run Exchange 2010 in hosted mode. Standard installation is supported.
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Sorry for the late reply..
BES 5.0.2 is supported with Exchange 2010 SP2 unless it is in hosted mode.
In your case,yes it is supported.

and you also have the option of,
an in-place upgrade of BES 5.0.2 to BES 5.0.3.
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Answer has been specified in the whitepaper provided.
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