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Sync'Em 1.33 adds support for Google calendars

updated 11:20 am EDT, Tue August 4, 2009

SyncEm supports Google

Derman Enterprises released an update to its sync software, Sync'Em 1.33. The latest version adds support for basic Google calendar events and contact fields, while handling of FileAs/FileAsMapping fields in Exchange has been improved. The company also revamped the user interface and fixed several syncing bugs.

The software automatically syncs contacts between Google/Gmail, Address book and Exchange, including all public and shared folders. Calendar events, tasks and notes are automatically synced between Exchange, iCal and Google. Users can add filters to control which information is shared with others.

Sync'Em cam be purchased with a single license for $50, with support for up to six information sources. Customers can upgrade to Sync'Em Pro for $70, which adds support for up to 30 sources.




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  1. starwarrior

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    In the Back Door Again

    Has anyone noticed that the iTunes software is a browser for selling media. Adding the whole commercial world of things to sell to its broad ready to buy consumer list should really take off. Just think a browser for buyers that is already installed with billions of sales to date and hooked to Apple instant gratification machines. Wow.

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