In an effort to attract some corporate users to Nokia smartphones running the S60 OS, last year the Finnish handset manufacturer stopped developing their own corporate email product, deciding instead to go into a partnership with IBM and Microsoft as a way to develop cellphones more suited for the business market that RIM had captured with their BlackBerry devices. With IBM and Microsoft working on business grade emailing for Nokia models, the latter firm decided to drop support for BlackBerry messaging on their phones. Now, if internet reports are correct, the number one global manufactuer of handsets wants the best of both worlds so it is bringing back support for BlackBerry email while keeping the partnership with IBM and Microsoft. Nokia says that having both deals allows them to display 90% of corporate email on their smartphones without a company having to spend extra money. If this report turns out to be true, is this a good idea by Nokia or will too many chefs spoil the pot?