My comany will not allow my personally-owned Verizon Eris to be added to the corporate Exchange server. They have an exclusive deal with another carrier, and won't support the device.
To make matters worse, they won't allow POP access either, and have blocked server-side automatic forwarding, so I couldn't even set up an Outlook rule to forward my company mail to my Gmail account.
Their solution was to use Webmail from within the browser, which works, but it's very cumbersome and unfriendly.
I searched and found and found shareware for $20 from SRS Software (www.srs1software.com) that gave me a work-around. When installed and running, it "reads" and manually forwards e-mails to another address. The only downside is that because it's a client-side application, it AND Outlook must be open and running at all times for the forward to work.
Not having access to corporate mail was a dealbreaker for me, but I found the Eris a desireable enough device to make it work.
Just thought I'd share, as it took a lot of research and some out-of-the-box thinking to get this done, and it might save someone else that headache!