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Exchange Push Mail - 7.Mar.2007 5:57:40 PM   
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Hello

My company is looking at moving from BES V.4 to Mobile 5, so I am trying to compare Exchange Mobile 5 functionality between Exchange 2003 Sp2 and Exchange 2007?
If anyone has any comments or ideas I would be much appreciated.
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RE: Exchange Push Mail - 8.Mar.2007 1:47:42 AM   
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Well the functionality is pretty much the same unless we're speaking Windows Mobile 6.0 devices.

More about the EAS improvements in Exchange 2007 can be found here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998357.aspx


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RE: Exchange Push Mail - 8.Mar.2007 5:00:23 AM   
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Thanks for that, is there any real world reason that I would use Mobile 6 and Exchange 2007. I have read a few of the feature and have not really been blown away. However not being a user of this technology and mostly office bound I probably wouldn’t.
Exchange 2007 I think is worth investing in however all the business requires at this moment is to migrate to Microsoft Push email Either 2003 SP2 mobile 5 or mobile 6 and Exchange 2007.

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RE: Exchange Push Mail - 8.Mar.2007 4:50:07 PM   
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Nope there's no groundbreaking features if you ask me. The features and improvements provided with WM 6.0 are just nice features to have, not required.


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