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6/5/09
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j4jason83

Sync outlook Contacts with Gmail Contacts

I want to sync the contacts I have in Outlook 2003 with the contacts I have in my gmail account. I am looking for something that does it automatically so I don't have to export and import the csv files.

There must be a program out there for windows that does this. Spanning Sync for the Mac does what I am trying to do, but I don't have a mac at work.

Any sugguestions. I would prefer a free program if possible. There must be some plugin or something that does this.
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wár17 §
6/6/09
wár17 §
Gmail does not have that function.  KiGoo is a free utility to snyc Gmail and Outlook contacts and calendar
http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/08/12/synchronize-ms-outlook-and-google-calendargmail-with-free-sync-utility-kigoo/
sraz
6/29/09
sraz
Google does have Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook (activesync Gmail contacts and calendar with Microsoft Outlook). But it’s only available at a cost for Gmail business clients. I wish they would make it available to regular Gmail accounts? I’d gladly pay for it, I just want the ability to do it!
 
 
DarkHalo
7/25/09
DarkHalo
The app by Kigoo is only 'free' for 30 days.
adbpsy
7/27/09
adbpsy
I reviewed these replies and it looks like the KiGoo application is worth a try.  I'll check it out and post my experience with it.
blackbriar
8/8/09
blackbriar
KiGoo is not free.  I just checked their web site.
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bradleymcooper
9/18/11
bradleymcooper
Dear all, I have google apps premier, £40 a year, now coming to an end, I use livemail, why ?.

1) push email, folder synced
2) contacts and calender sync, with all my "I" and Android devices, and all the above synced with outlook, as Microsoft provide the outlook connector, and I'm able to use my domain with this account, all free of charge.

Seems Microsoft have done it again.




 
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