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Iphone and activesync via usb without Itunes

How do I sync my Outlook calander, contacts, etc via a usb cable without the involvement of the Itunes program. My IT security sytems at work will not allow Itunes to be downloaded onto our work computers or use the OTA exchange. so I would like to just sync my Iphone with my MS oulook like I currently do with my windows mobile 5 smartphone. Can you help

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  • defender77 Aug 20, 2008

    Does anybody perhaps know a workaround to this problem? I´m thinking on buying an iphone, but not beeing able to sync my calendar at work would be a knockout. I really don´t understand why the activesync only works over air, not over cable...

  • Anonymous Sep 02, 2008

    This would be great, but Apple will never let you do this...

  • maetze Sep 11, 2008

    Come on! Isn't any hacker out there who wrote a software to do this? I need this for my company, too!

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