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Sync'Em 1.24 adds nuanced calendar events

updated 10:05 am EST, Mon February 23, 2009

Sync'Em 1.24 update

Derman has published an update to Sync'Em, its synchronization utility for Macs. The software links contact and calendar information from iCal, Mail and Address Book with Google and Exchange accounts. Users can also omit local systems from the equation, and sync solely between Google and/or Exchange accounts. Some features remain incomplete, such as the the ability to share notes and tasks across platforms.

New to v1.24 of the program is support for Google App accounts, as well as more complex calendar entries, specifically recurring or detached events. The patch is also said to improve error handling, and fix problems with bad data being returned by Google and Exchange sources. Sync'Em runs on Mac OS X 10.4 or later, and costs $50 in its standard version.

by MacNN Staff




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