Use Enterprise Activation with Just a BIS Service Account (i.e. not a BES Service Account)

“BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express enables businesses of any size to quickly and easily get started with the BlackBerry solution. It provides advanced BlackBerry smartphone features with no additional software or user license fees, and works with any Internet-enabled BlackBerry data plan or a BlackBerry enterprise data plan.” http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/business/server/express/ ok… but how.  Over the Air (OTA) activation only shows up in OPTIONS, ADVANCED, ENTERPRISE ACTIVATION if you have a BES account.  The solution to use DESKTOP…

SOLVED: BlackBerry Can Not See Messages Sent to Inbox SubFolders by Outlook Rules

When emails are sorted on arrival into folders by Outlook 2007 rules, they do not appear on a BlackBerry. If, using Outlook, the emails are moved manually into subfolders, the messages do appear on the BlackBerry. The solution is to have the user (or you signing in as the user) surf to the BlackBerry WebDesktop which you can usually find at https://YourBesServersHostName:3443/webdesktop .  Click the EMAIL SETTINGS tab, then the REDIRECTION FOLDERS menu item (on…

How to Install BES Express on an Exchange 2007 Single Server (on Server 2008)

Well, I wrote the Install BESx on a Single Exchange 2010 Server last year and I am pleasantly surprised that RIM has since developed an excellent interactive instruction “tutorial”.  Other than the first few items, I will keep my numbering related to that “tutorial” and that will make my instructions much shorter: PREREQUISIITES: Two quick things before we get to the fun: Patch your Exchange Server to whatever is current in Windows Update and reboot if you…

How to Install BES Express On a Exchange 2010 Single Sever

By Ian Matthews, Up & Running Technologies Inc, April 22, 2010, Last Updated April 23. 2010 NOTICE: This information is provided without warrenty or guarentee; use at your own risk!  Several problems were corrected with the help of the good people at the blackberryforums.com  and I suggest you use them if you have issues. Ok, this is going to be long… not hard, but long.  You can build a Space Shuttle with fewer steps, but…

BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express Support Options

as at March 5, 2010 – Prepared by Ian Matthews So now that BlackBerry Enterprise Software (BES) is free to businesses with less than 30 BlackBerry users through RIM’s BES Express product, you might think you are free an clear… not so fast.  You are likely going to need support. If you don’t want to pay $250 per call you will likely want to buy one of the packages below.  Most companies are going to…