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RIM Offers Blackberry Server To Mail Hosts

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Jul 6, 2006, 12:44 PM   by (staff)

RIM today announced a new version of Blackberry server for application service providers. Many small and medium sized business do not run their own email and groupware server, instead contracting a hosting service to provide one. This new package will now allow these hosting services, which provide Exchange, Domino or Groupwise servers for many different businesses, to offer Blackberry mobile synchronization. They can configure this option individually for each client the same way they configure email uniquely for each client. RIM already offers Blackberry software for companies that run their own email servers or service providers who offer individual users account on a single domain.

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Jul 6, 2006, 2:55 PM


I hate to be negative but on what planet is this news? RIM hasn't come up with a compelling phone or new service in years. They announce this today but it might be weeks, months, or years (i.e. - blackberry connect) before they actually deliver.
Turtlepokin said:
I hate to be negative but on what planet is this news?

You were expecting NASCAR coverage? Not every story can be about 3 megapixel cameras.
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