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RIM Intros BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express

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Feb 16, 2010, 2:23 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Research In Motion announced the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express (BESX), new server software that bridges the gap between BlackBerry Internet Services (used by consumers) and its BlackBerry Enterprise Server (used by businesses). RIM will give away BESX to small and medium businesses for free. It offers many of the secure features that are included in the full BES suite, but dials down on many of BES's additional features that small businesses may not need. RIM expects that BESX will help businesses manage BlackBerry smartphones that are purchased by consumers for personal and business use. BESX's main features include: wireless email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks sync; manage email folders and search email on the mail server; full access to calendaring, meetings, availability and forwarding tools; set out-of-office replies; edit MSOffice documents; access company files behind the firewall and use mobile apps that are behind the firewall. BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is expected to be available as a free download in March



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