(For example, Orange in the UK may make it difficult to supply BES package/provisioning to less than 10 handsets at a time, and other operators often have extreme difficulty applying the BES package to handsets/subscribers that were originally BIS supplied.) For Group Wise RIM offered Blackberry Enterprise Server. The Black Berry Enterprise Server Resource Kit (BRK) is a collection of useful tools and other resources released to expand the manageability of the Black Berry Enterprise Server. Each BRK release is developed and certified compatible for each particular BES service pack version.The BRK includes tools such as: This article uses material from the Wikipedia article wikipedia:en: Black Berry Enterprise Server, that was deleted or is being discussed for deletion, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.In version 4.0 and beyond, much of the code is integrated, but separate distributions still remain for each supported mail platform.Beginning with version 4.1.2, the company introduced a new option, Black Berry Enterprise Server for Applications, which provides a secure wireless gateway for Black Berry devices without requiring the device owner to possess an email account.Some third-party connectors exist, including Scalix, Zarafa, Zimbra, and the Google Apps BES Connector, although these are not supported by Black Berry Limited.Prior to version 4.0, BES was largely two separate codebases, with the 2.2 version for Domino and the 3.6 version for Exchange.The free download requires a license code, which may be delayed due to demand.
Unetizen is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.There was BES (full), and BES Express (same as full, but no cost, limited maximum number of clients, and 1 CAL included free), they then renamed BES Express to BPS, but it was still the same thing, and then later they introduced BES Express 5, which is rather different from the previous BES Express and BPS primarily because it allows non-BES devices/subscribers to have a "full-fat" Blackberry experience which is finally cost/feature competitive with Exchange Active Sync devices, i.e.provides full synchronisation of read/unread status, deletions, mail subfolders (including sent items), contacts, and calendar, all without license costs and without the requirement of an expensive and sometimes extremely difficult to acquire BES tariff.It has a few minor feature limitations, but only requires a data plan - not a BES plan.It enables near-instant seamless mail and calendar integration with your existing exchange server (incoming emails often appear on the Blackberry handset before they appear in the Outlook or OWA clients), which is an advantage over the existing Outlook Web Access model that the Blackberry Internet Service offers.The latest major revision, version 5.0, was released in 2009 for Exchange and Domino; support for Group Wise was added in 2010.BES consists of a set of Windows services that carry out the basic operations of the system.Unified Communication - it enables enterprises to integrate voice, messaging, PIM, apps and social experiences.Applications - it enables enterprises to manage business, productivity and personal apps.Mobile Device Management - it enables enterprises to manage their entire device fleet what ever the types of devices, the brands, ownership, operating system(Black Berry 10, i OS or Android) and type of usage.Security - it enables enterprises to have a secured end-to-end mobility.