So I have a personally owned and paid for iPhone 3G, and I've successfully connected it to my employer's Exchange server. I didn't ask them--I just guessed the server (mail.companyname.com), and entered my work computer's login information. It works fine, including Push email. However, I remember Steve Jobs' demo of all the new enterprise features, including remote wipe. Is it technically possible for my employer's IT department to both find that my iPhone is accessing the exchange server, and do anything bad to me? For instance, would it be possible for them to initiate a remote wipe of my device? To place any limitations on my phone? To access personal data? Bear in mind, I just typed in my work email address, Exchange server, and username and password. That's literally all. Based on that alone, can the IT guys do anything to my phone? I'm hoping that, unless you do something "special," (e.g., install special enterprise settings) this Exchange system just functions like a normal POP3/IMAP email account. But I want to make sure.