Sync Outlook between 2 computers


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Jimmy

I am looking for a software program that will allow me to
sync Outlook for my two computers without the MS Exchange
Server. I am running Outlook 2002 for both my desktop and
laptop. Ideally, I would like to sync all of the Outlook
information between the 2 computers. At the very least, I
would like to be able to see the same folders and email
messages that I have created on my desktop when I switch
to my laptop and vice versa.

I have found the following software that purports to
accomplish what I'm looking for. I would greatly
appreciate any recommendations or links to reviews -
1) Easy2Sync: http://www.itsth.de/en/produkte/e2s4o.php
2) OutlookSync: http://www.curosoft.com/outlooksync.html
3) QSync for Outlook:
http://www.outlookfolders.biz/Lang/...Sync/qsync1.htm
4) SyncPst for Outlook: http://www.synchpst.com/index.htm

Has anyone tried any of these? Are there others that I
should consider or avoid?

Thanks in advance!
 
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chrislango

-----Original Message-----
I am looking for a software program that will allow me to
sync Outlook for my two computers without the MS Exchange
Server. I am running Outlook 2002 for both my desktop and
laptop. Ideally, I would like to sync all of the Outlook
information between the 2 computers. At the very least, I
would like to be able to see the same folders and email
messages that I have created on my desktop when I switch
to my laptop and vice versa.

I have found the following software that purports to
accomplish what I'm looking for. I would greatly
appreciate any recommendations or links to reviews -
1) Easy2Sync: http://www.itsth.de/en/produkte/e2s4o.php
2) OutlookSync: http://www.curosoft.com/outlooksync.html
3) QSync for Outlook:
http://www.outlookfolders.biz/Lang/...Sync/qsync1.htm
4) SyncPst for Outlook: http://www.synchpst.com/index.htm

Has anyone tried any of these? Are there others that I
should consider or avoid?

Thanks in advance!

.I use OsaSync Pro Ver 4.2 and it works fine. Check this
out at www.vaita.com
 
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Guest

I used OsaSync for a while but found that it interfered with Palm and Blackberry syncronization. I gave up. Do you have a solution?
 
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Jimmy,

I've found that OutlookSync works well. It is free for personal use and creates a database that you can transfer between computers to synchronise with. Very easy to use but be aware that Appointments (Calendar) syncing is not switched on by default. You have to go into Options to do that. I don't use Outlook email so I can't comment on syncing for that.
 
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Sync2

Jimmy said:
Are there others that I
should consider or avoid?
You should try Sync2 :). it works really great. you can choose which folders and/or subfolders to sync. I'm very pleased with it :)
www.sync2.com
 
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Jimmy
if you want to sync all Outlook items, I'd recommend codetwo software. i use public folders and never thought of using anything else. you can try it for free for a month or sth. you will get used to it just like i did! LOL!!!!
 
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Managing Outlook between multiple systems is made easy by using the services of Triosync.com services. Just visit them at www.triosync.com and see what their services are. You can share common folders, your mails are down loaded at the same time in to the folders simultaneously, sent items are displayed on all computers, address book gets updated automatcally, deleted items can be retrieved by special requests (even after you trash your trash folder), etc etc. Great facilities... Good luck.
 
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Well, my recommendation would be Sync2, as it has many options available to sync your Outlook between PCs without a need for a server.
Free download available too.
 
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I would steer clear of Sync2. It's expensive, support is poor and it never worked for me the whole time I had it. It cost me many hours of frustration and wasted time. Its star rating seems to be either 5 or 1 so it works for some and definitely not for others. A total waste of money for me.
 
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