If you want to provide e-mail access to your Blackberry Device users, there are two ways to accomplish this: 1. OMA - tell your users to access your OWA site followed by /OMA. This is a text only version of OWA and is much easier to use on a mobile device. 2. Forward E-mails - Create a 'contact' account in exchange for your users. Assign the external SMTP address of their Blackberry devices to the Contact account. Then, open the user's 'user account' in AD and select the option to forward a copy of their e-mails to their inbox and the 'contact' account. Basically, this will send a copy of all e-mails to the Blackberry Device's email address. If using this method, they will have to sync their devices to their desktop to get their calendars and contacts copied over. Or, just let them use both options above. Regards, Chris From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of nusolmc03 Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 11:41 AM To: MS-Exchange Admin Issues; exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ExchangeList] Configure my server for Blackberry Are there any steps I need to follow to allow users to receive email directed from my exchange 2k3 server to their blackberry's? These users are remote and able to access OWA. I don't have a Blackberry Enterprise server, just a single server and a few, 2, users who want mail to go to their devices. Before doing this do I need to configure their desktops to be configured on my domain if they want to receive email to their Outlook and then Outlook? Any responses appreciated.