This article contains information about how to redirect Microsoft Outlook email message folders to a BlackBerry device in a dedicated deployment of Microsoft Office 365 dedicated/ITAR.
By default, only messages in the Inbox and Sent Items folders of Microsoft Outlook are redirected to a BlackBerry device. If you want messages from other Outlook folders to be redirected to a BlackBerry device, you can configure this on the device. Or, an administrator can do this by using the BlackBerry Administration Service for BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Note
After these settings are changed, only new Outlook messages are redirected to the selected folders on the device. Messages that were received before folder redirection was enabled are not redirected.
For information about how to configure folder redirection on a BlackBerry device and in the BlackBerry Administration Service for BlackBerry Enterprise Server, see the following article on the BlackBerry website:
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