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At work, we use an Exchange server and an Outlook client. At home, I use Google Calendar and Gmail. I have a Nokia 5800 (Symbian) smartphone.

Currently, my phone syncs contacts and calendar with Google (via their fake-exchange server and the phone's MfE). I would like to add the Exchange server from work to the mix.

I don't need emails synched on any direction, just contacts and calendar. How can I do this, assuming I can't install Google Calendar Sync at work because I work with XP 64bit (and installing it in compatibility mode seems to corrupt Outlook)?

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I think that's isn't a good idea to import company related information into Google. Please contact your IT department if this is allowed. Please note that you need a 32bit-Version of "Google Calendar Sync" for Outlook 2010 32bit even, if you are using Windows 7 64bit. Please also note that Google supports also Outlook 64bit now:… – DiableNoir Oct 16 '11 at 16:31

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