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MaGo

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Hello out there,
we are running Kerio at our office. I´m working kind of part time at the office and trying to find a way how to organize the whole thing.
When I am in the office I have my Kerio account on my business PC with the outlook connector running. On my personal notebook I have my own outlook running. Now my boss told me that I will have an Iphone from next week on.
Maybe you can give me an idea how to organize it the best.

From my Kerio account the main information I would need on the Iphone are the mails.
From my own outlook I need the contacts, mails and calendar.

I thought about putting my private calendar into the Kerio but I am asking myself it would be so clever to have all private dates on the business server?
Is there a possibility to get the calendar items exported back into my outlook?
An other question is, if it is possible to have the outlook connector running and have an imap email account running without changing the user profile of my outlook?

Maybe you have some ideas. Would be a great help.
Thank you very much
Markus
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