Saturday, November 19, 2005
Ok2sync source code downloadable from Sourceforge
I have just placed the source code and binary distribution of my ok2sync project on Sourceforge. This application helped me copy my contacts between Palm Desktop, Outlook and Outlook Express. The idea is once your contacts are in one of these applications, you can synchronise them to about 99% of the world's handheld devices. The original ambition was to allow the transfer of your addressbook, schedules etc. to any desktop application supporting addressbook and calendar. There is provision for Lotus Notes too, so it should cover the corporate market too. Unfortunately other commitments mean I could not get all of it done. Maybe if someone can help make this a truly universal desktop PIM data management centre ? You can download the source code and msi files here.
posted by David at 2:44 PM
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