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    One-way calendar sync

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    Hi,

    This is my first BES install so please help me out here since I obviously don't know what I'm doing...

    I am having issues with calendar entries that are entered on a blackberry, not being pushed down to the exchange server.

    I have a Windows Server 2003 DC that has both Exchange 2007 and BES 4.1 SP4 installed on it. I know that BES shouldn't be installed on a DC and that it shouldn't be installed on the same server as Exchange, but that is all my company would give me to work with.

    Now, so you know before replying, when I did the install, I didn't create a BESAdmin account. A BESadmin group does exist and the Administrator user is in that group. Should I have a separate account for the BESAdmin user? If so please tell me how it should be setup and what permissions it should have.

    I have tried following the instructions at http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com/showthread.php?t=30548 , but I believe they are for Exchange 2000/2003.

    Thanks for any help in advance and let me know if you need any further information. Thanks!

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    i need help also

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    You have to install it with a local user named besadmin.

    There is a workaround for use on a DC on RIM website.

    FYI:
    RIM will not support you at all unless BES is installed on its own server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knottyrope View Post
    You have to install it with a local user named besadmin.

    There is a workaround for use on a DC on RIM website.

    FYI:
    RIM will not support you at all unless BES is installed on its own server.
    They will if you are using SBS and you pay for IBS.

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    You need to have a seperate account for BESAdmin with the proper permissions and everything and make sure the services are running under this account. Also 1 way calendar sync from device to exchange often has issues if cdo versions are incorrect or the file is not registered.

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