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#12124 28-Feb-2007 16:18
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I would like my Apache to function like a Blackberry i.e. send/receive email via our own Exchange server rather than using Telecom Xtra.  I have upgraded to the latest OS from the Telecom website with the MSPF built in.  We have also ensured our Exchange Server is SP2 with all patches up to date.  I have read some articles on this site and also via Microsoft's white paper on how to configure our server to enable this function but would prefer to talk to someone who has successfully implemented this on this platform.  To complicate matters slightly we have our internet provision jointly through TelstraClear out of Wellington and via Telecom in our remote offices.  Having talked to Telecom Complex Technical Support today they inform me this can't be done and even more so as Telstra are involved!

If anyone can offer some advice or point me to where I might get help this would be much appreciated.



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#62318 28-Feb-2007 17:36
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I have replied to a PM from tonymck, and will update a reply here later.

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