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  1. I think the trick for additional email backend providers is getting installed behind the firewall… RIM is pretty much the standard and anything is either experimentally supported or not at all – at least in my corporate experience.

    I am currently working with a company and they only support RIM with their Exchange server. I am fortunate though that my carrier (T-Mobile) offers a way to get messages through a POP interface via mobile… Ideally I’d be reading and writing – even synced – with the server directly!

    The Seven solution looks interesting as well – though I am not on Cingular, and don’t have the authority to install a server somewhere behind a company firewall to try it. It’s not clear if you have to check messages or whether they just arrive ala RIM on non RIM or Good devices like Treos.

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