CodeTwo Exchange Sync 2.2.0 Released To Let You Sync Exchange Folders With Each Other

Jelenia Gora, Polska (PressExposure) August 01, 2011 -- 19 July 2011, CodeTwo published a new major update of CodeTwo Exchange Sync. The program lets automatically synchronize selected folders of Exchange Server, containing all sorts of data: mail, calendar, contacts, tasks items etc. What is more, the program can be used to sync desired data of Public Folders with mobile devices, such as Android, iPhone, Blackberry or others that can be connected to Exchange.

CodeTwo Exchange Sync allows you to use several types of synchronization tasks suited to a specified group of Exchange Server users. The replication of data can be executed using the one-way synchronization, in which the data is transferred in one direction from the source to the target folders, or two-way that propagates data in two directions between a group of folders.

CodeTwo Exchange Sync enables a much better control of data flow between Exchange folders. The built-in filters let the administrator define precisely which data has to be synchronized between them. For example, the program can be configured to synchronize calendar items that include a specified word, are not older than one week, are tagged with 'Business' category, and finally are not marked as private. In addition, the synchronized folders can be modified and synchronized on the fly.

The capabilities of CodeTwo Exchange Sync are valued by companies who want their employees to have an instant access to company resources that are always up-to-date. This is a solution that will aid companies with a broad network of road warriors who use mobile devices on a daily basis. A change made to the Outlook appointment, or customer profile, will be immediately applied on all linked devices according to the rules set by the Exchange Server administrator. Those employees that operate in the field, among their business partners, do not need to report back to the office to add new data to the specified folder. The replication takes place in real time using sync software Active Sync. Naturally, this is just one example of how CodeTwo's application can be utilized. The program will be useful for any organization in which teamwork and a constant access to desired information are considered as a key value.

The program was voted Readers' Choice First Runner-up in the Exchange Server Administration category. CodeTwo's developers instantly work to make it even better by adding new features and eliminating all recorded issues. The new 2.2.0 version includes a number of important modifications, such as, i.e., improved synchronization of recurring files and items with attachments, categories or 'Subject' modifiers. It also delivers better support for MAPI libraries in MS Outlook and solves an issue of duplicated recipients as well as problem with opening message store for 'profile mode'.

All users of CodeTwo Exchange Sync can download the update from CodeTwo's website free of charge.

About CodeTwo

The basic profile of our business is to produce solutions based on the Exchange Server platform adjusted to the needs of individual clients. This includes developing technical software which expands capability and cooperates with the Exchange Server platform and Microsoft Outlook, as well as installation and maintenance of the Exchange Server and the tools supporting your company. Owing to many years' experience, together with understanding and practical use of all the technologies available from the Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook, we can offer the best solutions tailored to the needs and abilities of a business partner.

Microsoft Exchange Server is a very expensive software (also in terms of maintenance) and because of that we especially bear in mind those clients, who use Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis but don't have the Exchange Server. For them we have created a software called CodeTwo Public Folders which synchronizes data between the Outlooks within the network.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 01, 2011 at 9:27 am
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