updated 03:25 pm EST, Wed November 26, 2008
Sync 'Em 1.15 patch
Derman Enterprises has posted an update to its Sync 'Em, its Mac-based synchronization application. The program attempts to keep contact and calendar data consistent between multiple apps and user accounts; it does this by linking information from Exchange and Google with Mail, iCal and Address Book. The exact data shared varies however, as Sync 'Em does not yet, for example, support Google Calendar.
The v1.15 update introduces support for public Exchange folders, and a Basic Setup assistant, which guides users through essential configuration procedures. Fixes to the program include a removal of unintended trial restrictions, and solutions to issues with transaction sizes in Mac OS X, as well as blocked Exchange connections. Sync 'Em runs on Mac OS X 10.5 or later, comes in several different versions starting at $15.