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Old 10-11-2007, 03:10 PM
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WM and OWA

I was wondering if someone can help me with something, and maybe it will make my decision easier. I work at a local college where we have to check corporate mail. The problem, is that corporate mail comes by way of OWA only. We do have a local exchange server, but that is only for Email specific to our school. So, knowing I can only use OWA (Outlook Web Access), will a Microsoft Windows Mobile device have direct push capability? Will I be able to access my OWA account with the WM device WITHOUT the need to install extra software on an exchange server?

I currently use a BlackBerry, which works PERFECTLY to check my OWA through BIS (Corporate does not have or will even listen if I suggest push email support). I was wanting to buy another device, but it is between an AT&T Tilt, or a BlackBerry 8310 through AT&T. Will I be able to check my OWA with the Tilt? Or should I just stick with BlackBerry and call it good?

I want to try a WM device, but it is a function of work that determines whether I will get a Tilt or BlackBerry 8310.
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Old 10-26-2007, 11:58 PM
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set it up through active sync

i set up all our work Wm5 and 6 devices using the web
server source https://getmail.NAME.com/oma is what we use to access our email...using the web email .
also will ask for user name and password and your domain which is prolly CEDU, c= college name.
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