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Is there a piece of software for a Palm that will allow us to view an IMAP calendar and the shared Kerio calendars? If that is not available, has anybody been able to successfully sync their IMAP calendar with a Palm? Thanks!

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I get errors when I try to truly "sync" with a treo 650. It works fine if I have the desktop overwrite the Palm.
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What platform and software are you using? Which Palm OS do you have? If you're a Mac user, read on.

Currently, I can two-way sync my Treo 650 to iCal on the Mac using iSync and the Palm Desktop software. Unfortunatley, iCal publishes read-only calendars to Kerio - you can only view them on WebMail. All edits have to take place on the PDA or in iCal.

e2Sync will allow an iSync connection between iCal and Entourage. With Entourage set up in "Exchange mode" your calendars will sync with KMS. I found this "solution" to be problematic with odd behavior all around. Of course, your mileage may vary.

The word on the street is that our friends at Micro$oft will soon release an update to Entourage 2004 that will support direct communication with iSync. This bodes well for everyone with an iSync compatible device. The supposed release timeframe is late March.

Best of luck,
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