NotifySync v 4.8 provides direct connect support to several email platforms namely Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010, live@edu, Microsoft Online - BPOS, Axigen Messaging, CommuniGate Pro, Google Sync, Novell (GroupWise) DataSync, Hotmail, IceWarp Server, Ipswitch IMail Server, Kerio Connect, Open-Xchange, Scalix, Zarafa and Zimbra Collaboration Suite. In addition, NotifySync supports any BlackBerry device on all popular cellular voice and data networks as well as any 802.11x wireless network.
With NotifySync, users have the ability to compose, reply, forward, or delete their email while mobile. A variety of email attachment formats is supported as well. Email folder synchronization, including sent, draft, and trash folders, are all configurable on the BlackBerry. The user can also configure the frequency at which they receive messages and the synchronization date range, which serves to control the quantity of messages kept on the BlackBerry. Support for accepting or declining meeting invitations is also available, as well as remote access to the organization's Global Address Book.
Users can also configure how messages are cleaned up on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The NotifySync solution utilizes a "direct push" or "scheduled push" connection when connecting any BlackBerry to the user’s email platform. With NotifySync all email, calendar, contact, and task information will be stored safely behind an organization's firewall while all data-in-motion is encrypted utilizing SSL. Should a user lose their BlackBerry, a remote wipe can be initiated to ensure all information on their BlackBerry is erased.
For more information on NotifySync for BlackBerry, please contact email@example.com.
or go to: http://www.notifycorp.com/products/notifysync/inde...
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It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test, test, test before you do anything drastic with it.