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OggSync stands for Outlook to multiple Google calendar sync.   Also, the term Ogg originates from Ogging.  Ogging is a multiplayer online strategy term used for a coordinated attack usually from multiple angles to eliminate a particular problem or threat. In the case of OggSync, the problem is disconnected and compartmentalized scheduling. There is only one of you, so why do you schedule your life on two (or more) calendars? Most people have a work calendar (Microsoft Outlook and Exchange) and a personal calendar (Google Calendar).

You may have other software that you use, if so, send an email to support@oggsync.com stating which package you use.

OggSync’s mission is to combine both lives into one manageable view! If you are looking at your Outlook calendar, you should see what you have scheduled personally and professionally, so that you can meet commitments in both sides of your life.

Likewise, if you are looking at your Google calendars, you should see your personal events along with any other business commitments you might have.

Please try the 3 day evaluation period, and then register OggSync. Your registration will enable us to improve the software and develop more solutions like this!


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9 thoughts on “About

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    Jarrod

    Guys, I have spent months trying to sync google cal with my dell axim, and its was impossible. I tried everything. But today I stumbled on your website, and by-god, IT WORKS! Way to go guys, you delivered when every other method or softward I tried did not. This is GREAT!

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    Paul Feinstein

    Everytime I run Outlook, I have to manually go into tools
    and select from com managers the oggsync option.Why doesn’t this
    option stay selected when I rerun Outlook or reboot?

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    JayW

    I understand the whole OUTLOOK thing in the name of this software, but all I really want to do is sync my google calendars with my Windows Mobile 6x Calendar. I don’t care to bring outlook into the picture. will this software do that?

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    Mike P

    This software works FANTASTICALLY well with Windows Mobile 5 and Google Calendar. It has saved me from throwing my phone out a window! My company uses Lotus Notes (why? I don’t know!) so IF ONLY it could sync with the the meeting invites so I could avoid having to keep duplicate Google and Lotus Notes Calendars…

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    JimB

    For the Outlook issue, try running Outlook as Administrator (Vista). Then enable the addin. When you start as a normal user it *should stay activated.

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    John Allen

    Hey!!
    I been using this software for over a year now and, I have to say, it works great. I use Outlook 2003 on multiple PCs, (home, work, mobile), use Google webmail occasionally and use Apple’s mail app on my iphone. With OGG all my contacts stays in sync. Adding Google’s Calendar sync on my desktop and Google Sync on my iphone complete the picture and everything plays well together.

    The only negative – I don’t start OGG on-boot, rather choosing to run manually once a day or so because it prevents Outlook from shutting down completely, when OGG is active (Outlook closes, but the Outlook process continues to run in the background). A button in the Outlook toolbar to run OGG on demand or a “close OGG when outlook closes” option would be welcome additions.

    The point– I was concerned about reliability (and corrupting my contacts) a year a go, but I have tried several others and OGG is the only one that has worked reliably, month in and out. – Kudos!

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    The Professor

    I too have been a long time user of OggSync… and would add like to add to the argument there is need for OggSync to shutdown the outlook exe once the sync has be accomplished. My problem is that I can not back up my PST while it is live, which it always is as long as OggSync is active in the tray.