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    I am looking for a piece of software to pull corporate email from OWA and view and reply. I currently use Sprint's BC now, which works great if I have my computer connected to the network. However, I still travel with a laptop and need access to email. OWA is cumbersome and slow. Would be nice if some software plucked the mail from OWA and displayed in a more friendly format. Ideas, suggestions?

    Also, my corporate mail is not POP or IMAP compliant. So, none of those solutions will work. IT supports Blackberries only........
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    I don't know of an application to pull mail directly from OWA. Why not have your IT dept. setup a forward to a pop3 account? It would literally take them seconds.
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    Again, POP3 is not an option. I work for a large company who has drunk the Blackberry wine and found delight. They refuse any other methods.....
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    ok, lets try this again. why don't you setup rules on your exchange account to forward a copy of all incoming mail to a pop3 account (pop3 accounts aren't solely supplied by your company) then you will be able to use the treo's mail client to download your forwarded exchange email off of the pop3 server.
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    For example, auto-forward your work e-mail to a home/msn/yahoo/whatever outside e-mail address. Then use the Treo to check that other address (rather than your work address). One caveat - many Exchange servers are configured so as to prohibit auto-forwarding to an outside e-mail address.
  6.    #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaHooska
    For example, auto-forward your work e-mail to a home/msn/yahoo/whatever outside e-mail address. Then use the Treo to check that other address (rather than your work address). One caveat - many Exchange servers are configured so as to prohibit auto-forwarding to an outside e-mail address.

    Yup. IT has configured our Exchange server to not allow this.

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