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Easiest way to move iPhone on business e-mail account to .Me account to sync with iCloud

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Quick rundown: I have a client who is a longtime user of an iPhone. He's the owner of a business and uses his business domain as his primary email (  Now he would like to sync all his contacts, calendar, emails, ect to the cloud so it will update on his iPhone, iPad and computer.  This is also handy because his receptionist updates his calendar and would like to have it updated while he's out of the office.  

I setup the iCloud service around his iTunes account which is also his business account ( Now, after connecting all his devices it won't sync over iCloud.  When I choose the slider switch to sync calendar and contacts a box appears asking me to setup a free .me account.  

I'm not opposed to signing up a .me account.  WHAT'S THE EASIEST WAY TO CONVERT HIS BUSINESS iTUNES ACCOUNT OVER TO A .ME ACCOUNT??  Should I re-setup everything including his iTunes account?  No longer use his for anything?  I don't have a ton of time to fool with this so I need to know the quick and skinny way to get his contacts, calendar and everything else to sync.


Thanks guys!
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