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I have an HTC HD2 with Windows Mobile 6.5 and I have a question about multiple mailboxes. I want to connect to my business account which is an Exchange server and my personal account which I use POP3. This works fine but is there a way to separate contacts, calendar and notes. I only want my personal items on the phone and the business items on the phone and the server. When I turn on ActiveSync it dumps all of my persoanl contacs, calendar items and notes onto the server. I know Is there an app for that?
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by:Alan Hardisty
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With an HTC HD2, you can choose the Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Mail to sync from the Exchange Server and with POP3 you only have mail to choose from unless you are syncing via a laptop / desktop in which case it will sync what you choose via the laptop / desktop.

If you don't want the Exchange contacts / calendar on the phone, you need to de-select them.
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I know how to de-select the Exchange contacs and claendar but need them. I need to separate the POP3 contacts/calendar fron the Exchange contacts/calendar  because I don't want my personal items on the Exchnage server.
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I don't believe that this is available on the HTC HD2.  It can be easily done on an iPhone though!
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You can't have more than one contact/calender databases on either windows mobile or iphone.  Sorry
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>> You can't have more than one contact/calender databases on either windows mobile or iphone <<

Sorry - not true - an iPhone can have multiple contacts flders and keeps them separate from each other.

Please see the image from my iPhone.
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Thanks for the answers.
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@alanhardisty

You didnt read my comment.  It has one database NOT folder.  In windows mobile you can also have different groups and folders in the single contact database. But they both have and use one database.  Can you selective synchronise the groups on iphone?
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