If you are not too far along with implementing BES you may want to consider
another alternative, especially if:

- you have to get started fast with a few BlackBerries
- are mostly interested in e-mail synchronization with Domino/Notes and not
so much in custom databases
- have some reluctance to add or integrate Windows servers alongside your
solid iSeries Domino environment

For our 6 BlackBerries (so far) we are using Martin Scott's Wireless Mail
for Domino.  See:  http://www.martinscott.com/WirelessMail

It is just a Notes agent and they offer it as a free trial download.  This
makes it quick to evaluate it with any BlackBerry device that you may
already have.

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It looks like we're going to be implementing a small rollout of a few
BlackBerrys (5 or so) and Enterprise Server for Domino in the very near
future, so i'm out reading documents at their website and finding TONS of
stuff to wade through.  I'm heading to DC next Wednesday for a one day
class on the server software, but want to spend a few days reading also
before I go.

One thing i'm reading is leading me to believe that the server where i'm
going to install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Domino also needs to
have a Domino server (Windows based) installed on it?  Is that true?  I'm
hoping that i'm misreading that piece and that I can just point the BES to
our iSeries Domino server.

Can anyone shed any light on this specific?  Any other comments or advice
on BES and iSeries Domino would be appreciated also... just scratching the
surface here at this point.
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