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Supporting mobile email on multiple handsets

Everyone wants mobile email - but not every mobile phone is suitable for business email. Use these tips and tools to secure Exchange servers and make them work with more than Windows Mobile handsets.

Mobile email with Linux email servers

Not every business runs Microsoft Exchange. Maybe the company isn’t based around a Microsoft infrastructure or Exchange is too expensive or they use something else for historical reasons.

Setting up Blackberry Enterprise Server BES with Exchange 2007

Getting BlackBerry Enterprise Server up and running needn’t be complex, but it can be tedious: here’s how to get BES working with Exchange 2007 in a Windows network.

Setting up mobile email with Exchange 2003 and 2007

ActiveSync. Nokia and other handset manufacturers have licensed ActiveSync but there are still far more handsets that don’t support it.

Setup Mobile email with Lotus Domino

You can deliver email from Lotus Domino Server 8.0 to smartphones in several ways, but if you want push email it’s going to take more work.

There are a variety of ways you can give users access to email and personal information that’s hosted on Lotus Domino Server 8.0 from their mobile phone. What you’ll pick for a given customer depends on the mobile operating system and Internet browser on the specific devices they use.

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