Sync2 Customer Reviews
Sync Outlook Contacts and Gmail Contacts and other Sync2 features
A simple way to sync Outlook Contacts and Gmail
The synchronization tool for Microsoft Outlook- Sync2 offers one- or two- way sync of Outlook Contacts with Gmail. It is perfect for people who use Microsoft Outlook as well as Gmail account and want their contacts to be in sync. There is no need to transfer new contacts manually from Outlook to Gmail and vice versa. Sync Gmail Contacts with Outlook in a couple of minutes using Sync2. As you set up sync between Outlook and Gmail Contacts, all the changes or newly created contacts are synced automatically. Duplicate contacts are detected and merged automatically, so it keeps both address books duplicate-free.
The comprehensive Sync2 settings give you complete and simple control of how the sync is done. There is a choice of manual and automatic synchronization. You can also select the frequency of auto sync, define the filters for synced contacts, such as exclude or include private items and contacts with certain categories.
One-way sync of Outlook Contacts to Gmail and vice versa
Some people are afraid of losing important contacts because of synchronization. Others simply want to transfer Microsoft Outlook Contacts to Gmail or Gmail Contacts to Outlook without changing the first one. One-way sync is the best solution for both cases. Sync2 allows choosing the direction of synchronization:
Outlook to Google. This option means that the contacts from Outlook will be transferred to Gmail address book, but Outlook Contacts will remain the same. After each synchronization the changes made in Outlook Contacts folder will appear in Google Contacts automatically. This option works best for those people who use Microsoft Outlook most of the time, but also want to reach their contacts through Gmail.
Google to Outlook. By choosing this direction you allow Sync2 to transfer contacts from Gmail address book to Outlook Contacts. Synchronization will be done without changing contacts in Gmail, and they will become accessible through Outlook. This allows you to share your Google Contacts with other people who use only Outlook.
Like bidirectional synchronization, you can set up manual or automatic type of sync, as well as choose the time interval, filters and other settings.
Sync address books between Outlook and multiple Gmail accounts
Want to sync contacts of single Microsoft Outlook folder with a number of Gmail accounts, or to sync your Gmail Contacts with multiple Outlook users and Windows PCs? Not a problem for Sync2. This tool works using synchronization Profiles and allows you to create any number of sync Profiles for the single Google account and Microsoft Outlook Contacts folder. It means that Contacts of one Outlook account can be synchronized with any number of Google accounts and vice versa. Synchronize contacts with different users using different sync settings: choose different directions of sync, if needed. Sync Microsoft Outlook Contacts with multiple Gmail accounts and make it accessible via Internet, iPod, Android, iPhone or other smartphones.
How to Sync Gmail Contacts with Outlook Contacts
- Download and Install Sync2 on a PC where Microsoft Outlook needs to be synchronized;
- Launch Sync2 and create a new synchronization profile;
- Choose Google Services synchronization option;
- Select Microsoft Outlook Contacts option and log in to your Google account;
- Click “Finish" to start synchronization immediately or configure advanced synchronization options.
- A few moments later your contacts will be synchronized.
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