It sounds like you need the redirector. It will send mail that comes into outlook to your phone.
Contact syncing is a non-issue. It will sync to whatever outlook's default is.
BlackBerry Desktop Software utilizing desktop redirector |
Designed for individual users to install and use on their desktop PC when they do not have access to a BlackBerry Enterprise Server through their company.
Features and Functionality:
* Send and receive email from your corporate email address
* Sent and deleted emails are reconciled in your mailbox
* Synchronization of tasks, calendar, and contacts
* End-to-end security through Triple DES Encryption
BlackBerry Desktop Software utilizing desktop redirector requirements:
* Outlook 98/2000/XP (Corporate or Workgroup Installation)
* Email account on a Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.5/2000
* Internet/email enabled PC with an Intel486™ processor or higher
* Windows® 95/98/2000/XP or Windows NT® 4.0 or higher
* One available serial port
If you are unsure whether or not you meet these system requirements, please check with your IT professional.
* To utilize the redirector functionality, your Desktop PC must remain on and connected to the network in order for email redirection to occur.
* BlackBerry Desktop Software utilizing desktop redirector does not work with Outlook Express and Outlook functioning independently from any Exchange Server (i.e. configured through a POP3 server).
* BlackBerry Desktop Software utilizing desktop redirector does not support individual POP3/ISP email accounts.
Actually it looks like it requires exchange for redirection. Perhaps you could set up outlook to forward all mail to your Blackberry web account and not use the redirector at all.