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Use Exchange Web Services

Oct 31, 2014 at 7:30 PM
Hi,

It would be nice if the app used Exchange Web Services to get calendar entries. This has couple of advantages:
  1. The application can get an event when new event is created so it does not have to poll periodically
  2. Outlook will not need to run in order for the app to sync
  3. It will work both on 32 and 64 bit Windows.
Apr 1, 2015 at 9:48 AM
You can try Calendar Sync. Plus http://calendarysyncplus.codeplex.com You can download the Zip (Portable) too.
It is developed on new platform WPF and .Net Framework 4.5. More features are in the queue.

It supports Outlook->Google,Google-> Outlook and Outlook <=> Google, multiple profile syncs.

Exchange Web Services is currently work in progress. You can get the updates in our Planned Releases.

You can suggest any new features on its Issues tab.
May 8, 2015 at 2:55 PM
mcnamara wrote:
Hi,

It would be nice if the app used Exchange Web Services to get calendar entries. This has couple of advantages:
  1. The application can get an event when new event is created so it does not have to poll periodically
  2. Outlook will not need to run in order for the app to sync
  3. It will work both on 32 and 64 bit Windows.
You can try Calendar Sync + (Plus). Its compatible with box x86 and x64 bit versions of office and offer a host of features for user to configure and use.
This application supports 2 Way Sync, Multiple Calendar Sync, Multiple Profiles and Sync configurations :)

PS : I am the one of the developers for CS+

Thanks and regards
Calendar Sync + Team