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Sync Outlook, iCal, iPhone, and Google Calendars
Authored by: splatteredbits on Aug 27, '08 10:41:04AM
I just spent four hours last night doing almost the exact same thing. However, I used <a href="http://www.busymac.com/">Busy Sync</a> to sync to Google</a>. It is only $25.

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$25 a year
Authored by: ShadowBottle on Aug 27, '08 11:04:33AM

$25 a year and it requires you send them all your data and then THEY sync it for you. No thanks.



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$25 a year
Authored by: joab on Aug 27, '08 12:44:51PM

Busysync never sees your data. Spanning sync however does.



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$25 a year
Authored by: pariof9s on Aug 27, '08 01:12:23PM

joab is right. BusySync has been a nice solution for just this type of issue as well as allowing others to share & edit iCal events who are not on the same LAN.



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BusySync isn't subscription-based
Authored by: dsandler on Aug 29, '08 08:36:19AM
You've got these products mixed up.

BusySync is $25, one time. Your data goes directly to Gcal via Google's APIs.

Spanning Sync is $65 one time, or $25 annually. Your data goes to Spanning's servers and thereupon to Google. From their FAQ:

Why does Spanning Sync involve a server?
This architecture allows Spanning Sync to be much more secure than client-only sync solutions, and makes it possible for us to adapt to changes in the Google Calendar API without requiring our customers to install new software.


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