3rd Party Activesync email forwarding

ok basically i have a similar post but this is much more direct. I have a windows mobile device that connects to an ssl server without a cert (idk how it does that). Obviously owa works fine but WM activesync doesnt.. (whatta shock). In any event, is there anyway to get like a 3rd party app or basically forward all email contacts, calendar and such all to like a 3rd party online activesync server (or my own) and then just connect to that activesync (which would work for WM).

So basicaly when an email comes in, it stays on the outlook client and then forward automatically to another email adress. (so automatic forwarding) to another email server (3rd party online or my own) and then he can sync with that server over activesync. (and also do contacts and mails)? is this possible..  Thanks!
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ambush276Author Commented:
this is kind of like a double activesync

activesync push to another server.. when that server gets it.. activesync push to the phone (double activesync, but hte activesync on the server obviously can accept the self signed cert)
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Hi Ambush276,
As per your other recent question, I don't think you will find a waya round your father's law firm's poorly configured systems and there is no solution like you have described that I am aware of.
Your best best is to get your father a Blackberry via his firm and use that as the copmpany is set up fr them and they will do what you want.
Appreciate that he has a WM phone already and may not want a Blackberry, but this is his only choice that I can think of based on our discussions in your other question. http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/Windows_Mobile-_PocketPC-_WinCE/Q_24545393.html
Sorry
Alan
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