You will need Enterprise (at least that's what BPs told me...)

Chris Whisonant
Comporium
Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
IBM eServer Certified Systems Expert - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2
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domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 
04/28/2006 08:47:21 AM:

> 
> Ok... another question comes to mind here as I dig further into this:
> 
> In order to support the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Domino and the
> Windows Domino server that resides on that same box, which license will 
I
> need for that Windows Domino server?  Enterprise, Messaging, or Utility?
> 
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> Thanks to you and Chris for the quick responses... i'll check into this.
> We're hoping for the thinnest solution which will support mail/PIM info 
to
> the BlackBerries.
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> 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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