Research in Motion Inc. is providing a no-frills version of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server software, which manages networks using BlackBerry smart phones, free of charge.

Users can download BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express from RIM’s Web site.

It works with both Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007 and 2010, plus Windows Small Business Server 2003 and 2008.

With BES Express, RIM says companies can synchronize users’ e-mail, calendar, contact databases, notes and task. They can also manage their e-mail folders and search their mail from their BlackBerries.

It is certified for VMware Inc.’s ESX virtualization software and includes more than 35 IT controls and policies.

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