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    Question BlackBerry Enterprise Server

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    My company has an Exchange Server (I am the admin) and I am thinking about installing BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express to allow the users with BlackBerrys to synchronize more of their information. Most of the users (including myself) are on AT&T and when I checked with AT&T I was told that we would not be able to connect to the BESX without moving to one of AT&T's enterprise data plans. Is this true and is this the same with all carriers?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Each device will need a enterprise data plan to use the BES, It is the same as t-mobile. I do not know about Verizon or sprint but I believe they do also
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    Thanks Jeff,
    Not the answer I wanted but it is what I expected.

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    Enterprise Data plans are not necessary for the Express version you are proposing. I have 3 BES servers in my environment - the BES Express is being used for staff with personal devices.

    Have a look at the website: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/service...erver/express/
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    BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express enables businesses of any size to quickly and easily get started with the BlackBerry solution. It provides advanced BlackBerry smartphone features with no additional software or user license fees, and works with any Internet-enabled BlackBerry data plan or a BlackBerry enterprise data plan.

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    I like that information MUCH better. I guess the best thing to do is give it a go and see what happens. Thanks to both for your help.

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