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HTC One Remix / Sync Outlook with HTC One Remix
« Last post by droidmin on June 05, 2015, 10:10:05 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the HTC One Remix, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also an overview of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a One Remix to Outlook or Exchange.
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HTC One M9 / Sync Outlook with HTC One M9
« Last post by droidmin on June 05, 2015, 10:09:03 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the HTC One M9, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also an overview of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a One M9 to Outlook or Exchange.
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Google Nexus 6 / Sync Outlook with Google Nexus 6
« Last post by droidmin on June 05, 2015, 10:07:41 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the Google Nexus 6, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also an overview of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a Nexus 6 to Outlook or Exchange.
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HTC Desire 612 / Sync Outlook with HTC Desire 612
« Last post by droidmin on June 05, 2015, 10:06:35 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the HTC Desire 612, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also an overview of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a Desire 612 to Outlook or Exchange.
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Motorola Droid Turbo / Sync Outlook with Motorola Droid Turbo
« Last post by droidmin on June 05, 2015, 10:04:39 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the Motorola Droid Turbo, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also an overview of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a Droid Turbo to Outlook or Exchange.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 / Re: Outlook contacts to Note 3
« Last post by droidmin on May 08, 2015, 07:16:39 PM »
Sorry it took me so long to see that someone posted here.  I check often, but "Show unread posts since last visit" didn't show this post and I just now happened to stumble across it.

There are a lot of good programs to sync through either USB connection or through Wi-Fi.  Wi-Fi options can often be set to sync automatically when you get within range of your Wi-Fi.  USB is the most secure since you have to manually plug the phone in to sync it.  You have to determine what method you want and then read the reviews.  CompanionLink is pretty good at syncing in any way and it will sync with the phone's contacts.  Android Sync is good as a USB sync, but as I recall it only syncs with it's own contact list that it creates on the phone.  That's not bad, it's just different.  You can also use something like Akrutosync which will sync through the cloud using a secure SSL connection directly from the phone to your PC.  The setup is a little trickier, but it insures the phone is always synced.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 / Sync Outlook with Samsung Galaxy S6
« Last post by droidmin on May 08, 2015, 07:03:34 PM »
If you need help syncing Outlook or Exchange to the Samsung Galaxy S6, www.syncdroid.net has a chart that lists solutions to sync Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, and email with it.  You will find what each solution syncs (calendar, contacts, notes, tasks, email), whether there is data encryption/password protection or not, how it syncs (USB, wireless, Wi-Fi, bluetooth), if it performs an autosync, the cost (many free), if it is made to support Exchange, what version of Outlook is supported, and what platform is supported (PC or Mac).  There is also a review of each software solution and a forum to read user's reviews and get help.  It's a one stop shop for help syncing a Galaxy S6 to Outlook or Exchange.
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GOATS / Re: Goats v1.0 beta9a released
« Last post by droidmin on April 02, 2015, 09:30:22 PM »
Hello David.  I suspect the person who just replied was doing it for nefarious reasons, because GOATS is not listed at Syncdroid any longer since it's unsupported.  Good to hear from you!
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GOATS / Re: Goats v1.0 beta9a released
« Last post by davidpodhola on April 02, 2015, 06:17:11 AM »
Hello, Goats is no longer supported. Currently we are working on Sync.Today and Sync.Today mobile. I will update you when Android version is released (so far only iPhone + Windows Phone are supported).
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Android Sync / Re: Not bad, not perfect
« Last post by Hermainysweetty on April 02, 2015, 06:14:54 AM »
It's not problem at all To understand it easily.
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