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With the end of the year our company switch to kerio 7. We are using Kerio Outlook Connector vers.
I´m using Nokia N97.
Normaly I use Nokia Pc Suite or Nokia OVI Suite to sync the outlook calender with my Nokia calender. Now there isn´t any file, so calender syncronisation with Nokia suite dosn´t work any longer.
How can I sync my Nokia calender with the Outlook calender in an "off-line" way as it works with Nokia PC Suite.

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After talking with Kerio Support I've ended up using the free Mail4Exchange application from Nokia, which is setup on the actual mobile (N97 in my case as well) I use this to sync my calendar and contacts/tasks while using Profimail to access email on the device.

This means I don't need to use either PC Suite or Ovi Suite at all anymore because it uses the WLAN or 3G Data to access the server (also means if others add to my calendar while I'm out of the office it syncs as well)

I realize this is not "offline" but maybe you can setup a PST file in Outlook and have a rule to transfer to/from this and the Kerio folders?


[Updated on: Mon, 31 January 2011 06:33]


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Sync'ing you mobile device with your PC is soooo 90's... Stop doing it! Wink
(unless we talk _backup_!)
As Formski point out, use a tool on the device that talk directly with the server.
ActiveSync client, IMAP email or something.. everything else but a USB cable..

[Updated on: Mon, 31 January 2011 08:42]


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