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I'm not sure exactly if anything like this exists for Kerio. I know it exists for PDA's using wireless sync from Verizon.

I have bought a droid. I'm not happy with the VPN/Corporate Email functionality. I was expecting as good an integration as my blackberry. In this case Droid doesn't.

Now my previous PDA had a program that syncs the internal Exchange server with Verizon's own version of Kerio. I think it's a Nokia product. Anyway it works by running a watchdog app inside the corporate intranet and fowarding all changes (two way) from the external server (Called activesync). I'm sure most of you heard about this before. It works right throught the firewall. Not bad!

Now it would be great to do this with a Kerio Mailserver instead of a Verizon Server. Verizon only works with a phone running active sync, which my droid does not.

Any ideas? Oh by the way. The last version of Kerio that I have is 6.4.
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