It would be way wicked cool if the Now Server would publish a calendar and contact database that can be accessed via iPhone's Safari..
Well, the contact module and server should be in beta next month and should be finalized in October (according to the current road map). I guess we'll have to wait for the Calendar later on this year to see the CRM functions and have the server work with both contacts and calendar.
I guess you'd have to make sure you would leave your computer on to act as the Now Server. Then make sure you have to be in a spot that can access the internet from the iPhone to access your calendars and contacts.
But then again, your data would be automatically synched with the server at the office/house. No need to go home and synch with your computer whenever you make changes on the iPhone.
Having a Now Server would probably be a way to overcome the iPhone's lack of tasks....
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