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I need to find a mobile phone solution that syncronizes well with our SBS2k3 Exchange Server.

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We currently use the Verizon network.  There are about five users who need the ability to access contacts and calanders, not to mention email in real time.  We have a Windows 2003 Small Business Server running exchange.  Thanks for any suggestions.
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as long as your running sp2 then you can get any windows mobile phone that verizon NOW offers
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