yes but neither is the HTC Touch Pro but with the BB Connect application your can run BES applications on this windows mobile device.
but it was "too long, didn't read" for me..
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Yeah when i saw it, i figured that's what you had to have done. My opinion is that if BB doesn't make support for BB connect, you won't be seeing another option.
Resistance is futile.
On 11/16/2009 DroidNet Became Aware
I'm confused, probably because I don't understand BIS and BES terminology.
If I work for a company that provides support for Exchange Server support through its servers, would my data fee for a Droid be $30 or $45?
Also, on a slightly different note, is the e-mail from my Exchange Server that is stored on the Droid stored in an encrypted format?