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    What are the benefits of Sprint Business Connection? I've search the forum and most of the posting were back in October.

    I don't have email from work on an Exchange server.

    But I do have AOL mail, Hotmail, and Yahoo mail that I hardly use. Can I access these?

    What other benefits are there? Or cons?

    I want to start a thread on WHY people use Sprint Business Connection.
    Thanks
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    I use it to access my Exchange mail and get said mail on a secure website. If I were in your shoes I would not use SprintBC.
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    Same here, except we use Lotus Notes. Plus it's part of my service plan anyway. Doesn't sound like you have any use for it.
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    I don't use it either, even though I signed on as a business customer. I use Snapper Mail to access my home Outlook mail and Sprint PCS mail. I use a separate portal for my Yahoo! mail.
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    Thanks for the info guys.

    I wasn't able to get the Sprint Business Connection to work. And I think it's more than what I really needed.

    I'm trying the Handspring Beta Mail Client now.

    I guess Sprint BC is good for Corporate email accounts on an exchange server.
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    Originally posted by eddietreo
    I don't have email from work on an Exchange server.

    But I do have AOL mail, Hotmail, and Yahoo mail that I hardly use.
    You probablly don't even need a Treo. Maybe just a few cans and some long string.........

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