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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by mbdroid, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. mbdroid

    mbdroid Lurker
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    Here's my issue. Our company uses a blackberry enterprise server, and they refuse to give me our mail server addresses because they don't want to have to deal with starting a pandemic of people getting away from blackberry

    one IT guy told me that if I could figure out how to get it to just sync with outlook, I'd be able to use it.

    any ideas? I've messed around a lot in outlook and can't find our BBES information anywhere.

    EDIT: Sorry I have a Droid X

  2. Can it be set up as an exchange server?
  3. staffsmatt

    staffsmatt Well-Known Member

    do you know if your company uses webmail? if so you could use that address, for example if your webmail address was https://mail.company.com you could put mail.company.com in the server address when setting up your phone (domain should be easy enough for you to find and your username / password / email address will be the same onesas you use on the network.

    BE WARNED THOUGH: I have never used Blackberry enterprise server so not sure what effect this will have, also you may be missing some features that you would have on the blackberry (just a guess)
  4. mbdroid

    mbdroid Lurker
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    I'm not sure about being able to convert it. I'm just a weekend warrior.

    I dont think they use webmail. Plus I'm work for a company whose IT is handled by the umbrella corporation so I'm not sure what abbreviation they'd use. I've tried a few things, but nothing is working on that end.
  5. mbdroid

    mbdroid Lurker
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    OK Sorry to be posting so frequently, but I'm just excited about this maybe actually working. I just entered the exchange server domain listed in outlook and it says "The server address should be correctly formatted" What does this mean?

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