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    The Doctor Guest

    Default Interesting Windows Server setup

    I wrote a few months back about salesforce to see if
    it would work on Windows Server.

    There has now been a chage.

    The Customer wants to move from salesforce
    to Office 2007.

    Further he wants to remote in and use his Blackbeery to remote in.
    He would pick up his e-mail from his server via
    Blackberry.

    Is Windows 200X Server statnd with 2 GB RAM adequate?

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    Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT] Guest

    Default Re: Interesting Windows Server setup

    "The Doctor" <doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> wrote in message
    news:hidit4$ekt$1@gallifrey.nk.ca...
    >I wrote a few months back about salesforce to see if
    > it would work on Windows Server.
    >
    > There has now been a chage.
    >
    > The Customer wants to move from salesforce
    > to Office 2007.
    >
    > Further he wants to remote in and use his Blackbeery to remote in.
    > He would pick up his e-mail from his server via
    > Blackberry.
    >
    > Is Windows 200X Server statnd with 2 GB RAM adequate?
    >



    I haven't used SalesForce, so I can't comment on it compared to Office 2007.
    However, I can say that Blackberry handhelds are limited with functionality
    depending on whether you purchase a Blackberry server (BES) or just use the
    HTTP method for them to connect to their mailboxes. Non-BES configs are fine
    to access, send and reply to emails, however you won't get Contacts or
    Calendaring to sync. I'm sure that is a requirement in your environment,
    from what you're implying that you need a sales solution for your sales
    department. With BES, yes it would. Depending on the number of users would
    dictate the justification to purchase such a solution from Blackberry. I
    think between the server and software, it's probably around $3000, but that
    is a guess and it depends on number of users, etc. It must be on a separate
    server, whether you buy just the BES software or a BES server/software
    solution (which I think it's better so they support it). You would have to
    contact Blackberry for specifics.

    I can say using Windows Mobile with ActiveSync does this out of the box
    without additional resources. It's built in.

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