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    Ive owned a blackberry since they came out but with owning a mac computer syncing is very frustrating at times.
    I have a pop mail and blackberry does something called a push with a bes service,I was wondering if iphone did the same thing.

    Question 2 deals with att coverage,having verizon coverage has never ever been a problem,I was wondering if att has the same coverage?

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    iPhone does have the ability to push email to the device and has an Enterprise version. They use ActiveSync with Exchange to accomplish this. You need Exchange 03 or 07 though for this service to work. You can view the Apple Enterprise information here: http://www.apple.com/iphone/enterprise/

    If your company uses Exchange with Outlook and you have OWA, you can use the OWA address and setup your push email to the iPhone that way.

    Coverage wise, it depends on where you live. You can go to AT&T's website to view their coverage area.
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    It is ironic that Apple's push email solution is based on Exchange.

    What is wrong with sendmail? (Linux, BSD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ge View Post
    It is ironic that Apple's push email solution is based on Exchange.

    What is wrong with sendmail? (Linux, BSD)
    Nothing they are just trying to gain a larger market share in the business sector. If they can get their claws in there, then they are set for the business end. The easiest way is to use exchange as it is so highly integrated into the business market and if they get a warm and fuzzy in this market they can branch further out. Also, exchange does calendar, e-mail, and contacts pushed, so it is a closer match to RIM which is the group that it is trying to win market share away from.

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