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I have a company work phone (HTC Touch Pro with WM 6.5).
This phone is setup using push mail and calendar from the companies Exchange server. ActiveSync is setup for that mail server.

At home a have Kerio Connect 7.1.2 build 2260 running. I use 2 private PDA's and they're both synchronising to an Kerio account called "Sync".
I would like to have that calendar also on my HTC from my work.
Is that possible?

I know I can "set up my device" when I go to the https:// address.
Then I get the option "Folders to sync" and SSL certficate.

How do I set up this? Can I just go on with the setup and the items are placed in my companies phone calendar? I don't mind that the private items and company items are in 1 calendar.

Hope somebody can help me, thanks in advance!

[Updated on: Mon, 29 November 2010 21:56]

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