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Mobile Me with Mac's and PC's?

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I have a Mac at home, an iphone in hand, and a PC at work and want them to all sync together with Mobile Me. I have not purchased a subscription yet and just want to make sure everything will work properly before I do.

#1. I know my iphone and Mac will sync properly but will my Outlook at work sync with my iCal?

Anything else I should know when mixing Mac and PC with Mobile Me?
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