1. TimWilmath's Avatar
    I am currently syncing my iPhone 3gs with Exchange at work. I use Windows and it syncs my outlook contacts, calendar and e-mail just perfect.

    But I would also like to have my contacts and calendar sync at home (also Windows). I signed up for MobileMe and added that account to my iPhone. However, when I performed a sync, I ended up with two sets of contacts on my phone - one originating from Exchange/Work and the other originating with MobileMe/Home Outlook. It also did not push my iPhone Exchange contacts from my iPhone to Outlook at home.

    I would like to perform a sync and have all my Exchange contacts, etc. sync with my home outlook, and my iphone. I other words have only one contacts file, sync'd up on all three computers.

    Is this a setting thing, or is that just the way it works?
    07-04-2009 03:52 PM
  2. chobbs1's Avatar
    i do not think you'll get your work information on your home computer unless you get IT involved. i believe it is a security issue. you may have to set up a VPN network for your home computer in order to get what your asking for. hopefully someone with more know how will answer this for you.

    i also wanted my work calender to sync to my home computer and have yet to find a way to do this. but have found that I really don't need it as I have all the calenders on my phone.
    07-05-2009 02:38 AM
  3. flyingember's Avatar
    that is completely normal.

    if you want your exchange data at home contact your IT department.
    07-08-2009 09:10 AM