Blackberry\Outlook Synch question

Posted on 2006-03-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I'm trying to figure a way to synch a folder on the handheld with a folder in Outlook as the MemoPad/Notes folders do. So that changes made to the email in Outlook will show on the handheld and vice versa. Originally I was trying to figure a way to have this happen with the Drafts folder in Outlook. After speaking with RIM I know folder redirection will not do this. So, I'm trying to find a way around this and have yet to find a solution. We are running Exchange 5.5 with a BES ver 4. Any ideas or assistance would be appreciated.
Question by:Flom98
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    There are some synch program that work locally - not wirelessly
    These may do the trick.

    ALso check the Intellisynch options in the BB desktop program

    I hope this helps !
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