Syncing iPhone to MS Outlook Offline

All,
I am trying to sync my iphone to my corporate email server however, this is not support/allowed by my employer and the server is behind a VPN which is not accessible using the iphones VPN function (it is a Contivity VPN server). Is there a way for me to simply perform a local synch between my PC and iPhone so that i can read my emails on my iPhone when away from my computer? I don't care so much if my email updates on the iPhone when away from my computer but I would like to be able to read emails during long metro rides.
Thanks in advance
Barry

You cannot sync email over a cable; it can only be done over the air. One option is to create a gmail account and forward your Exchange email to it (if your IT dept. will let you do that). Gmail also has a way to reply to forwarded email so it looks like it came from your Exchange account.

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