on Monday, May 11, 2009
Sync2 is simple yet powerful solution to synchronize Outlook on multiple computers.
Most of the businesses today use Microsoft Exchange in order to create and distribute same content to multiple computers running Outlook. However it is complicated and expensive to set up such solution and it does not work well for basic synchronization of Outlook folders. For example if you would like to have your work calendar at home Exchange would not be an elegant solution as it would require much more time and money to implement. Home users also suffer from high costs and steep learning curve in order to implement Exchange or like Exchange environments. That is why we have developed Sync2.
Sync2 is flexible program which can achieve many different goals in one package. You can synchronize as many folders as you need on as many computers as you require. You can synchronize selected folders only. You can also synchronize read unread statuses. You can filter out private items or you can include or exclude particular items by label or category. Sync2 has simple step by step Wizard in order to begin synchronization in a matter of minutes as opposed to other solutions.
In addition Sync2 supports multiple ways to synchronize Outlook. For example you can use USB Drive (Thumbdrive), FTP Server, Our server (which we provide for free) and shared folder as data storage.
Sync2 also supports synchronization of Outlook Calendars with Google Calendar service. If you need Outlook Calendar to be accessible online this is perfect solution. It allows you to synchronize Google Calendar with Outlook Calendar both ways. This way you can have your Outlook Calendar online via Google service and visa versa you Google Calendar in your MS Outlook.
In the mean time Sync2 development team is working hard to include as many new features as possible. One of just released additions to Sync2 is support for bidirectional synchronization of contacts with Google services.
You can check full video guide and step by step instructions in the following video:
If you have any questions about this tool. Please do not hesitate to post comments.