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Viewing Exchange Public Folders (Calendars and Contacts) on Blackberrys/IPhones

Posted on 2010-09-15
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I was wondering if anyone knew of any good solutions (third party or native) for easily viewing Exchange 2007 (using SBS 2008) PUBLIC folders (Calendars and Contacts) on Blackberrys AND IPhones.  Both Blackberrys and IPhones would need access and it needs to be easy to see and work with - OWA won't work as it's a pain to navigate with a tiny cell-phone browser.  It would be fine if the public folders were just easily viewable/searchable - no need to be able to add/change records, but those would be 'nice to have's.

Any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks!

-Steve
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No ideas - is this a pipe dream?  Increasing to maximum point value...
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Check this
http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-folder-sync/pricing/

This is priced per server - avoids per mailbox scenarios.

Native options > you cant do that.
Third part is your only option right now.

I havent tested this yet.
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CodeTwo Exchange Sync definitely looks promising, thanks very much.  Want to leave this open a bit longer to see if any other viable ideas come through - but you'll get at least half the points or all if nothing else as good gets posted.  Thanks again.
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Thanks :)
Your pipe dream comment got my attention.
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