Archive for July, 2009

Outlook sync with more security

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

We’ve just published the new version 3.02 of Easy2Sync for Outlook. There are too many detail improvements to list them here, so I’ll just explain the two most important ones.

From now one, Easy2Sync will not delete an item that was deleted on the other computer, but move it into the “Deleted Items” folder instead to make an undo possible. Furthermore we reworked the icons in the program to match the current style (16 colors wasn’t  up-to-date any more).

As always the update is free for registered users. For more info, please refer to product page of our Outlook sync tool.

Synchronizing your browser bookmarks for free

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

One of the many small features that Easy2Sync for Files has is that it supports you when searching for the right folder. The folder where your browser stores your bookmarks, for example.

Simply create a new task in Easy2Sync and instead of entering a folder, click on the small black triangle on the right. The combo box will open and present you (among other things) a choice of your browser bookmarks. Simply choose yours and repeat this for the second computer. This works with the Freeware Edition for the browsers Opera and Firefox. (IE users will need the Home or Business Edition because of the subfolders.)

Delete Outlook Duplicates with version 2.0

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Not long ago we released the previous version of 1-Click Duplicate Delete for Outlook. But a lot of things were done here in the meantime. The new release includes a greatly improved duplicate recognition engine and some small bug fixes.

The big news however is the new “group by differences” feature.  If you have a lot of duplicates, it allows you to quickly see which ones have only minor differences and which ones have more important ones.

And that’s how it looks like. The new blue delta sign parts the duplicates from the folder into three groups:

  • Differences for “Creation, Last Modification”
  • Differences for “Modification”
  • No differences

For this example with 8 duplicates, this isn’t a big deal. But if you have a few hundred duplicates, then it makes all the difference, because you don’t have to look into the details any more.

For more info about the product please visit the Outlook Duplicate Delete homepage.