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Now there's a blast from the past. Haven't seen a Blackberry in the wild in a few years.
Most Blackberry apps work with standard email accounts & services. I don't think that they need the Enterprise Server any more.
Even Blackberry Phones are just Android devices these days.
I can't remember seeing anything about BES for quite a while.
Thank you for the responses. This is indeed a blast from the past... Alas here we are.
Blackberry do indeed still have apps. Used for enterprise Bring-Your-Own-Device cases. So these BB apps can be installed from Apple App Store and Google Play store and connected to a Blackberry Enterprise Server. See screenshot from my phone:
While on a physical BB device you can connect any mail service, what I do need is access to a Blackberry Enterprise Server since that is only what that BB Work client (see screenshot) will work with. That stand alone email client needs BES.
The case: we are developers needing to test email deployment on that specific client. No current virtualisation tests (Litmus or EoA) offer tests on BlackBerry (and we understand why---this is a bast from the past).
So I still wonder: Telstra do you still have BES services available for use?
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