Sync ‘Em 1.00 released

Peter Cohen, Macworld
13 October, 2008
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Derman Enterprises has announced the release of Sync ‘Em 1.00, a new “sync hub” for Mac OS X. It costs $US14.95 ($A22) for a license that enables you to sync three sources.

Sync ‘Em helps sync Microsoft Exchange, Google and Address Book contacts and calendar information between multiple systems. At present, Sync ‘Em syncs Exchange, Google and Address Book contacts and can also work across multiple accounts.

It will soon be able to exchange iCal, Exchange and Google calendar events and tasks, and sync them across multiple Exchange or Google accounts. It requires no additional software to be installed on your Exchange server.

Since its beta release, Sync ‘Em 1.00 has added support for Google contacts.

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