>I’d also like to thank the folks are WebGear for offering a free Outlook Contacts to Google Contacts synchronizer. Its not really clear where Google keeps contacts, but they do appear in Gmail and Google Voice. Until we upgrade our Windows 2000 workstations to Windows XP, these are great free alternatives to Google’s own Sync product which only runs on Windows XP & Vista.
I like Go Contact Sync because it reminds me of my old beloved Palm Pilot sync process. Go Contact Sync has nice features to determine how to resolve conflicts with your contacts. It seems like a required feature in two-synchronization software, but some do not have such a feature. Even Blackberry that has a huge following does not handle conflict resolution very well.
Now that I have my iPhone syncing to Google via Microsoft Exchange, and these desktop sync freeware, I’m set!
WebGear.co.nz | GO Contact Sync – synchronize your contacts between Microsoft Outlook and Google Mail: “GO Contact Sync is a tool that synchronizes your contacts between Microsoft Outlook and Google Mail, it removes the hassle of entering details more than once. It supports contact categories and contact photos so your contacts will look exactly the same. There are a few sync options to suite your needs and it can all be done automatically, so it can be used as a backup tool.”