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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

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    i leave my computers on 24/7 and have a hefty battery backup system for them all, that would last approx. 1 hour. But also run a home server to link my family computers around the state to backup certain things. Mainly. there photos, documents of importance. Things like that. But this will be something new that i would be interested myself.

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    This has promise, but I too have some concerns with the Security issue. More importatnly for me...will this run on a Mac...or will it be exclusively PC???

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    UH8ME i have the same question. will this program run on mac or be exclusive to the pc. knowing rim and there compatibility with macs, it probably not going to happen. please someone tell me i am wrong.

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    And I will be #3 to chirp in in a row...MAC compatability?

    Answer? No.

    Mac and BlackBerry hate each other. We will have to find a windows based server to run this off of. BOO.

    MAC and BlackBerry.....Take a trip to ANTIGUA for a week, get drunk, tell each other you love each other, and start playing nice and giving mac and BB users the respect and support we deserve!

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    Looks interesting, the security is what I will need to look at before I can definetly recommend this one.

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    i wonder how long before it will be for E-plus here in Germany.

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    Can't wait! ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~very nice....will be interesting to see what it is

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    Re: Rim to launch free Blackberry Unite-Server

    BTW: This will be launching with US carriers within the next 60 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theOutsider View Post
    BTW: This will be launching with US carriers within the next 60 days.
    Thats good to know....should be coming up right?

    Any more info on this?
    it's always greener with the other carrier...

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    This doesn't excite me at all. Why? Well, since I still need a data connection to use my Blackberry, and this comes with free BIS, why would I need this?

    My computer is on 24/7 and secured, but I doubt running this would prove better than the push email I already get with my Internet service. Just my two cents.

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