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Hi All,

I know that Kerio will not work with blackberry without a middleware client however I need local sync capabilities only (the guy doesn't have or want a data package).

Previously people have suggested creating a second profile for syncing the blackberry using the kerio sync connector. This created a profile with a PST file which is a requirement of the sync connector. This has been discontinued...

So, my question is how can I get email, contacts and calendar into a PST file for the Blackberry to sync with?

I have created a PST and used IMAP, so I just need contacts and calendar. iCal for calendar maybe? COntacts has me stumped though - any help would be greatly appreciated! User has Outlook 2002 but will buy 2007 if necessary.

Graham
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gbrown100

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I had another thought - I believe the blackberry has WIFI - that being the case would a license of Astrasync using WIFI to sync on the LAN be any good? Has anyone confgured a blackberry like this before?

Thanks

Graham
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