Outlook Sync Keeps Outlook Data The Same Between Computers

Windows: Keeping two computers’ Outlook data in sync without the help of Exchange Server has always been a bit of a puzzle. Outlook Sync, from CodeTwo, is a free plugin that makes updating two machines’ Outlook data quite simple.The free version of Outlook Sync synchronises your calendar and contacts between two computers equipped with Outlook, while the $US59 version syncs everything (calendar, contacts, email, tasks, and subfolders) and adds autosyncing.

Installation and setup are very easy — just select your networked computer to sync Outlook. You can synchronise different versions of Outlook (from 2003 and up). Outlook can be open or not on either machine during the sync, which is pretty unusual and useful.

Syncing is a bit slow at first, but works well after initial setup. We’ve previously discussed how to sync your desktop email using Dropbox, but Outlook Sync seems a better solution for Outlook users.

Outlook Sync [Code Two]

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