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Export Blackberry contacts from BES into MS outlook

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Hi Everyone

Please can you assist with the following :

Environment :

Server 2008 with BES loaded.

Problem :

My clients phone was stolen over the weekend, was a BB 9900.
My client has now replaced the BB 9900 with a BB Q10
The Q10 doesnt support BES so we have connected him via OWA over https to an MS Exchange 2010 SP3 server on a different site.


I need to get all his contacts off the BES server and import them into Outlook.
Can this be done and if so how?

Thanks
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Hi,

BlackBerry/BES contacts are his Exchange contacts which should thus be in Outlook?

Kind regards,


Robmobility
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Upgrade to BES10 which will support old Blackberry/BES as well as newer devices via Blackberry Device Service/ActiveSync
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Thanks, it definitely helped with the problem i was having.

Cheers
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