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XC Connect shares iCal, AddressBook info

updated 11:10 am EDT, Mon May 8, 2006

XC Connect supports Macs

Xchange Network today announced that its powerful collaboration application, XC Connect, enables dynamic data sharing for iCal and Address Book users. Providing complete collaboration functionality across multiple operating systems, XC Connect allows Mac OS X users to create, modify, and share iCal and Address Book records with other Mac or PC users in an interactive, real-time environment. "With the recent release of our 'Universal-Binary' compliant solution for both PowerPC and the new Intel-based Macs, Xchange Network now offers the only solution that enables users to share iCal and Address Book data, not only between Mac users, but also with PC users running Microsoft Outlook," stated Rhonda Lewandowski, CEO of Xchange Network.

XC Connect allows data to be read from and written to iCal and Address Book without the need for time-consuming and restrictive "publish-and- subscribe" methods. Synchronization can be set up to occur automatically at specific intervals, and users have the freedom to share as many calendars or address book groups as needed. Users can even define who has access to those groups and the level of access granted (i.e., read-only, read-write, or read-write-delete).




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