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  • Keeping Work and Personal Seperate on a Blackberry

    Hello - I currently use a palm treo with verizon. My contract is up and I am shopping for a new smartphone. I'll probably get a Blackberry.

    Right now, I keep my entire system (execpt for really, really personal stuff) - tasks, calandar, notes - on my work outlook and sync wirelessly to my Treo.

    There isn't a policy against keeping your private stuff on Outlook and I mark everything as private, but still I'm a little squeemish about it.

    I'm interested in knowing if there is a way to keep my personal stuff off my employers servers and sync both systems to my Blackberry.

    Anybody doing anything like this.

    Keep in mind that I'm lazy....I'm worried that in the end it will be too much extra work too maintain/sync two systems - especially if one has to be synced with a cable.


    Thanks!

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    I don't think, it would really work but if you get to know a solution. Just let me know as well.

    Originally posted by Bellaisa View Post
    Hello - I currently use a palm treo with verizon. My contract is up and I am shopping for a new smartphone. I'll probably get a Blackberry.

    Right now, I keep my entire system (execpt for really, really personal stuff) - tasks, calandar, notes - on my work outlook and sync wirelessly to my Treo.

    There isn't a policy against keeping your private stuff on Outlook and I mark everything as private, but still I'm a little squeemish about it.

    I'm interested in knowing if there is a way to keep my personal stuff off my employers servers and sync both systems to my Blackberry.

    Anybody doing anything like this.

    Keep in mind that I'm lazy....I'm worried that in the end it will be too much extra work too maintain/sync two systems - especially if one has to be synced with a cable.


    Thanks!

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