BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express for Lotus Domino

Enterprise Applications

Today, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express Software was released for IBM Lotus Domino. This means that if your business is using Lotus email, you can now use this free server software to synchronize email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks between BlackBerry® smartphones and IBM Lotus Domino without compromising security.

With BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express connected to IBM Lotus Domino, BlackBerry smartphone users will be able to:

  • Wirelessly synchronize email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks
  • Manage email folders and search email on the mail server remotely
  • Book meetings and appointments, accept meeting requests, check availability and forward calendar attachments
  • Set an out-of-office reply
  • Access files stored on the company network
  • Use mobile applications to access business systems behind the firewall

Read more at the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog »

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  • Neil Bromage

    As a free download, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is definitely worth a try for SMBs wanting to enable the mobile workforce.
    Once we’d installed it, creating users and managing their access levels was quick and easy – particularly as you can roll out settings for entire groups in one go, rather than having to do so on a one by one basis. This meant we were quickly up and running with BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express.
    Having not used a similar product before, it’s difficult to compare BlackBerry’s offering with other products on the market. But I would recommend it to all small companies with a BlackBerry enabled workforce. It’s quick and easy to install, and gives you immediate control over business- and employee- owned BlackBerrys.

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