It works with Microsoft Exchange, so if you're with a company that has that, then yes, it will. If you just ahave Outlook on your computer and no Microsoft Exchange server, you're unfortunately out of luck ... for now.
Hopefully PocketMirror will be available soon.
Palm listed a standard version was available on the app store, I could not find it yet.
Chapura: PocketMirror Standard lets Pre users synchronize data with non-EAS desktop versions of Microsoft Outlook.
Hello, I figured out a way to use outlook and bypass using Exchange server. If you have your contact saved on Outlook, you can save your contact to a Comma separated Version file (CSV). From there you can Import your contacts to google, and you can sync your contacts on you phone with your contacts on Google. Just sign up for an email account with Google.
oggsync is $30 per year but will allow syncing between desktop outlook to google which will then in turn sync to phone. I paid the $30 hoping that after the first year google will come up with the software by then. Google calender is already free but only syncs calendar and tasks. Oggsync will also sync contacts.
Once you have the outlook syncing with google the google to pre sync is automatic.