How to sync your Outlook data between multiple PCs
Astonsoft's EZOutlookSync makes simple work of synchronising your contacts, calendars, notes, e-mail, and more
By Rick Broida | PC World | Published: 15:30, 15 February 2012
Here's a common office scenario: You run Outlook on your desktop and your laptop, but there's no easy way to keep the data in sync between them. Thus you wind up with some contacts here, other calendar entries there, a mismash of e-mails, and so on. Not exactly efficient.
One way to solve the problem: Astonsoft's EZOutlookSync, which synchronises Outlook PST files across multiple PCs. (For those unfamiliar with it, the PST is the holding tank for all Outlook data.)
The software can sync just about everything: contacts, calendars, email, tasks, notes, Journal entries, and even distribution lists. After a first-time synchronisation setup, one click is all it takes to sync your data.
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Althought future synchronisations don't take place in real time, you can set up scheduled syncs so the process happens automatically - like at the start and/or end of every day. Now you can hop back and forth between your PCs with no loss or inconsistency of data.
Thankfully, you can test-drive EZOutlookSync free for 30 days. It's compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7, and supports Outlook 2002 and later.
Have you found a better way to keep multiple Outlook installs in sync? Tell me about it in the comments!