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Is it possible to setup wireless synchronization on a BB for a different calendar or address book on someone's account? I know you can do it with a wired synch in DM by going through Conifgure Synch and changing the calendar to another mailbox's calendar, but when you switch it to Blackberry Wireless Synch, it changes back to the normal profile's mailbox's calendar. I have a user that wants another calendar and tasks set to synch with his blackberry. I can do this by changing these two items to wired synch if it isn't possible to do this wirelessly. I had hoped it would be something you can configure from the BES, like folder redirection.

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Outlook 2003, Exchange 2007, and BES 4.1.4
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