The Blackberry Enterprise Server is created by Research In Motion (RIM) to provide an interface between corporate mail infrastructure like Microsoft Exchange, Novell GroupWise and Lotus Domino and BlackBerry smartphones. Third party connectors exist for Scalix, Zarafa, Zimbra, and Google Apps, but these are not officially supported.
This server runs on Windows, and its functionality can be extended through the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Resource Kit.
This guide shows you how to install, configure and use the Blackberry Enterprise Server, and provides some troubleshooting steps you can follow to fix any errors you may encounter.
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