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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    Ok, I just talked to godaddy and they DO NOT have a BES. In other words, they provided hosted Exchange but not hosted BES...you'll still need to have BES provider (which is what I was afraid of after reading their Blackberry help site). Verizon doesn't offer BES, so if you switch to godaddy, you'll still need someone to host your BES.

    I was all jazzed to save some $$, but no luck.
    me too. ohh well i'll continue with mail2web for now.



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    Came across this post and wanted to clarify. BES IS, in fact, available as part of our Hosted Exchange offering. In order to take advantage of this support you'll need to sign up for the Individual Plus Mobile or Group Plan with more than one mailbox. This link takes you to our plans - Hosted Exchange Email

    Let me know if you need some help getting started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDaddy View Post
    Came across this post and wanted to clarify. BES IS, in fact, available as part of our Hosted Exchange offering. In order to take advantage of this support you'll need to sign up for the Individual Plus Mobile or Group Plan with more than one mailbox. This link takes you to our plans - Hosted Exchange Email

    Let me know if you need some help getting started.
    Ok. for example if i were to get individual mailbox plan i would be able to use OWA aswell as have bes access?

    or do i need to sign up for a mailbox plan and then add bes services with you aswell?



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    sherb,

    If you choose the Individual Plus Mobile plan you'll have access to OWA, Windows Mobile and BES. It also includes a free download of Outlook 2007 or Entourage 2008.

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    I'm almost ready to make the switch then... wish there was a free trial or something. I will look into a little more but most likely i will be moving my services it looks like now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDaddy View Post
    Came across this post and wanted to clarify. BES IS, in fact, available as part of our Hosted Exchange offering. In order to take advantage of this support you'll need to sign up for the Individual Plus Mobile or Group Plan with more than one mailbox. This link takes you to our plans - Hosted Exchange Email

    Let me know if you need some help getting started.
    To clarify here, does GoDaddy own a fully licensed Blackberry Enterprise Server that they're managing internally on behalf of their Exchange clients?

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    GoDaddy....thanks for chiming in. It's helping me as well on the decision.

    I'm currently at network solutions but could soon switch (within a day or so!)

    So, if I want to have two blackberry's work on the exchange server my total cost is $9.99 x 2 = $19.98? Is there an additional "blackberry fee" per phone as some of the other provider's are charging (roughly $10/per phone)?

    2 GB storage
    1 mailbox
    FREE Microsoft Outlook 2007 or
    Entourage 2008
    (valued at $109.95)
    Mobile access to contacts,
    calendar and email —
    no setup fee!

    I just don't want to be missing something. Also, are you microsoft gold certified?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    To clarify here, does GoDaddy own a fully licensed Blackberry Enterprise Server that they're managing internally on behalf of their Exchange clients?
    I'm still not sure if it's their own bes server but through their control panel and owa i have issued a activation code for the test berry i wanted to setup. but me being stupid i forgot to activate a bes data plan on that line. so hopefully later today i will be able to test it out. but i do have to say that so far i'm very impressed with their service. their dashboard takes a bit of getting used to but other than that i'm loving it!

    btw not mentioned in the above package they will throw in a domain for one year for around $3 aswell. My previous BES provider made me use theirs.

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