CompanionLink Unveils Two-way Gmail Outlook Sync

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CompanionLink Unveils Two-way Gmail Outlook Sync

CompanionLink's Gmail Outlook Sync tool is a low-cost replacement for the Google Calendar Sync tool that was recently discontinued. CompanionLink for Google is for those who need tight integration between Microsoft Outlookand Gmail. Features business users expect are built into the CompanionLink product. Outlook Categories map to Google Contact Groups and Google Calendars. Outlook Task priorities sync to Google Tasks. Free/busy settings on Outlook Calendar appointments map to Google Calendar.

"CompanionLink is committed to keeping Gmail and Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government integrated with all versions of Microsoft Outlook," says Wayland Bruns, CTO of CompanionLink Software. "When you need your Outlook Contacts and Calendar synchronized with Gmail so that it gets updated on your phone or tablet, CompanionLink is unmatched in its ease of use and accuracy of data. That's why entrepreneurs and productivity gurus like best-selling author Tim Ferriss rely on CompanionLink."

One license of CompanionLink for Google costs $14.95 and covers three installations such as work, home, and laptop computers. CompanionLink is the only Gmail Outlook Sync provider to back their products with free US-based phone support. More information can be found at www.companionlink.com/google/outlook/.




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