which all provide a superior solution to this setup.

Most individuals that use their Blackberry in a small businesses environment would not buy Blackberry Enterprise Server for Exchange as it is simply too expensive and quite pointless for one or two users.

Here is one method to bypass this and use the (UK) mobile phone providers Blackberry infrastructure and run it in conjunction with your Exchange system.

Not only is it time consuming but the chance for errors increases with each person manipulating the data.

Add in the mindless activity of editing contacts directly into an i Phone or Android device - and you’ve got the perfect recipe for typos.

The ideal situation involves an automated approach.

If your company runs Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook, you can sync Sales Force contacts to i Phones, Android, Black Berry or any smartphone from a central server.

This email is the sorted into the Sent Items folder using a server side rule.

The steps to attain this are thus:- To find your PIN & IMEI perform one of the following actions: There are two methods.

What this method does in a nutshell - when an email is received, it is forwarded immediately to a mobile providers blackberry address.

When a new mail or reply is sent from the Blackberry, it is sent masquerading as the Exchange email, and a copy is BCC'ed to the Exchange email address.

You either set-up on your blackberry directly or using the Blackberry Internet Service web interface.