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McGyver64

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Hello All,

I work for 2 companies. One uses Exchange 2007 (company A) and the other (Company B)uses Kerio 7.x with POP acounts. I myself use an iPhone 4s. I would like to sync my agenda (Calander)and Contacts to both companies, so i have my agenda and Contacts available when i work at either one of the companies. Both agendas sync without problem to my iPhone, showing up as 2 different agendas in the iPhone. But i would like to have Agenda from Company B in outlook at Company A en agenda from Company A in outlook at Company B. I cant figur out how to make this possible. I know that iCloud uses only iMap and no POP, and i can get my Exchange info (Agenda+contacts) into iCloud with the use of iCloud utility on Outlook. Unfortunatly i only use Webmail at the Company B witch uses Kerio.
Because Company B uses POP accounts (configured in Kerio) for Domain TEST.com, i can't get imap to get mail from me.com (the iCloud) and deliver them to my TEST.com user.

Any ideas would be nice...........

[Updated on: Sun, 20 November 2011 12:13]

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