CodeTwo Exchange Sync
CodeTwo Exchange Sync
Create company Exchange group folders, synch smartphones (Android, iOS, Blackberry and Windows Mobile) with Public Folders on Exchange. By creating automatic server synchronization tasks you can synchronize your Microsoft Exchange calendars, contacts, tasks, email – you name it. Install the program now and see how easy it is.
Sync Mobile phone with public folders on Exchange The synchronization of Exchange public folders with Android, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry or other mobile devices that connect to Exchange is finally possible and easy. Create Exchange group calendars and common folders Setting up and aggregate calendar for multiple users is now simpler than ever. Just sync emloyees’ calendars with one public calendar and you’re done. One-way and two-way sync options Replicate Exchange data in one or two directions. Also you can create synchronization rings to propagate data across multiple folders. Real time synchronization Exchange Server data is synced in real time between folders and instantly visible on all associated computers. The entire process is transparent to end users. Choose what you want to sync Use filters to decide which items will be synchronized between folders and which should stay intact. E.g. don’t sync private, old or recurring items. Tag or modify synced items on the fly Tag synchronized items on the fly to easily categorize new data in the target folders e.g. differentiate appointments in the group schedule to identify their owners. Easy to setup and use It’s just “Next, next, finish” to deploy the program, and a few minutes to fully test it. In a nutshell CodeTwo Exchange Sync will allow you to automatically synchronize folders of Microsoft Exchange Server to create group calendars and other common folders. The program can also help you sync iPhone, iPad and Android with Exchange public folders, which will finally let you access and edit public folders from your mobile devices. Synchronize Exchange email, calendar, contacts, tasks, you name it. Use one-way or two-way sync modes, filter items while syncing, or modify them on the fly.
Sync Mobile phone with public folders on ExchangeCodeTwo Exchange Sync helps synchronize data from mobile devices (Android, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, and those based on Windows Mobile, etc.) with public folders of Microsoft Exchange Server (also Outlook and OWA public folders).In many companies employees need to access the shared company data, such as contacts database, but smartphones that connect to Exchange via ActiveSync are not capable of synchronizing its public folders. In other words, you can use your phone or tablet to access your Exchange mailbox, but not the public folders.CodeTwo Exchange Sync provides a quick solution to this problem. It enables automatic synchronization of the data in public folders with personal Exchange mailboxes of your users. These folders, in turn, can easily synchronize data further to their mobile devices. This ensures that your users can enjoy up-to-date data at all times in their Exchange mailboxes as well as on their handhelds no matter what mobile platform they use.In addition, by using different types of synchronization one-way and two-way, you can decide which employees have rights to modify shared data by updating it on their mobile devices or on personal Exchange mailboxes.One-Way Exchange Folders SynchronizationCodeTwo Exchange Sync will let you sync data between folders of Exchange server in a number of ways. There are two synchronization types.
- one-way synchronization
- two-way synchronization
- one to one
- one to many
- many to one
Synchronization of data between mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry) and public folders of Exchange ServerCodeTwo Exchange Sync enables synchronization of data between mobile devices and public folders of Exchange Server.Let's assume there is a number of Sales Representatives in your company, who all need access to an updated contacts database of your clients. The shared client database is stored in a contacts folder that is a public folder on Exchange 2010, 2007, 2003 or SBS. The Sales Representatives usually work on-site outside the company and use mobile devices like iPhones, iPads, Blackberries or those with Android. The problem is they cannot synchronize contacts on their handhelds with the Exchange server public folder as this is not technically possible without a third party app.CodeTwo Exchange Sync solves this problem with a few clicks. You need to create a one-way synchronization task (One to Many) that will copy the data from the public folder to multiple contacts folder located in personal Exchange mailboxes of the Sales Reps. This will let them enjoy the updated customer database directly in their mailbox and easily sync this data with thier handhelds. As a result, the data from the public contacts folder will propagate to their mobile devices that are used outside the office.When an authorized person introduces a change to the company contacts database in the public folder, CodeTwo Exchange Sync will automatically transmit the modifications to the personal contacts folders of selected employees.By using filters in CodeTwo Exchange Sync you can add more criteria for the synchronized items. For example, you can configure the program to sync only the items marked with a certain category.In addition to the shared company contacts, your users can keep other personal contacts in their contacts folders. Because the synchronization goes in one direction only (in this example), i.e. from the public folder to the personal folder, the personal contacts will not replicate to the public folder and will not be visible to other users.Replication and Update of a Shared Company Contacts Database (Synchronization in Two Directions)CodeTwo Exchange Rules enables synchronization of Data in two directions between mobile devices and public folders of Microsoft Exchange Server.The example given in Synchronization of Data between Mobile Devices (PDA, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile) and Public Folders of Exchange Server is related to one-way synchronization – from a public contacts folder to the user's personal contacts folder. However, you might need to give the users an opportunity to update the shared contacts database stored in the public folder.For this you will need to create in CodeTwo Exchange Sync a two-way synchronization between the public folder and users' personal folders. This will mean any change made by any user to their personal folders or via a mobile device (iPhone, Android, etc.) will automatically replicate to the public folder and all the remaining personal folders included in this sync group (Folder ring).Let's have a practical example:A Sales Representative is outside the office. CodeTwo Exchange Sync and Active Sync are responsible for updating this employee on any changes to the public folder. But while having a meeting with a client, the employee sees the data in the public folder is obsolete and needs updating. The employee inputs up-to-date information to the smartphone. The phone uploads the data to the personal folder via Active Sync. Once the data is changed in the personal folder, CodeTwo Exchange Sync transmits it to the public folder and selected other users' personal folders that also accept updates.In this scenario (two-way synchronization) the data in all selected folders within one sync group is always kept in sync.If there are multiple Sales Representatives in the company and we want only some of them to be able to modify items in the public folder where company contacts database is stored, a two synchronization tasks need to be created in CodeTwo Exchange Sync. The first task will be a one-way synchronization, as described in Synchronization of Data between Mobile Devices (PDA, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile) and Public Folders of Exchange Server. This task will be dedicated to the users whose changes made to the personal folder or in a mobile device will not sync to the public folder. The second task will be a two-way sync, just as it is described in this section. This task will include the personal folders of users, the changes in which must be synced with the public folder hosting the company contacts database.Group Calendar on Exchange ServerCodeTwo Exchange Sync enables quick and easy setup of an aggregate calendar view for multiple employees.Let's assume there are 6 employees working on a certain project. They record their activities and planned actions in the Outlook calendar. But at the same time, each person would like to see other team members' calendars in one view to see the projects progress at a glance. This requirement is met by using the standard features of Microsoft Outlook, which enables displaying multiple calendars in one view. This is however time consuming and inconvenient as the administrator would first need to set the appropriate access rights so that each employee can read calendar data of all the other five employees. What is more, when we want to browse multiple calendars in Outlook, 6 different calendars need to be checked.Group calendar view can be created much more quickly with the aid of CodeTwo Exchange Sync. The only thing that needs to be done is create a one-way synchronization task, in which appointments from multiple calendars of employees engaged in the project will replicate to one shared calendar, preferably a public folder. With this approach, only one click is needed to go to the public folder and see an aggregate view of calendars belonging to six employees. In addition, this calendar will be accessible outside the office via Web browser using Outlook Web Access (OWA) or on mobile devices as well.CodeTwo Exchange Sync provides functionality that facilitates the management of data located in the shared calendar. There are the filters that can be used to define which appointments will be copied to the shared calendar. For example, you can exclude appointments marked as private, copy only the appointments not older than a set date, or those tagged with a category. Also, there are the modifiers that enable on-the-fly changes to the items before they are saved in the public folder so they carry additional information e.g. the category may help identify the calendar the copied appointments originated from.Monitoring and ReportingBy using the filters in CodeTwo Exchange Sync you can easily use the application to monitor and report. Let's assume a manager manages several employees and wants to receive information as soon as any task is marked by employees as complete in Outlook.For this, in CodeTwo Exchange Sync create a synchronization task that will be responsible for copying to a selected task folder in the manager's Exchange mailbox all task items marked as complete in Exchange mailboxes of reporting employees. The synchronization task can too be defined so as to direct the tasks from different employees to separate folders, or to mark them appropriately e.g. by adding full name of the owner in the task's subject.Naturally, CodeTwo Exchange Sync can be used to monitor many more types of activities and items, e.g. overdue tasks, appointments with a fixed period, mail containing defined words in the subject or attachments etc.
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Replication of data in one direction from the source folders to the target folders.Replication of data in two directions within a group of folders i.e. Folder Ring.The data is replicated between Exchange Server folders in real time; the changes are synced in the background and instantly visible.Finely define which items will be synchronized between folders.Tag synchronized items on the fly to easily identify new data in the target folders.Intuitive deployment and setup on Microsoft Exchange server or other machine. You will need only a few minutes to test our application.Quick and easy setup thanks to the synchronization service manager that will let you define the server and account the application will run under.Work with the application is easy and trouble-free thanks to the friendly interface.Public Folders from Exchange displayed on iPad/iPhone. You can also access public folders from different mobile devices.View and edit Exchange public folders on Android devices connected to Exchange Server equipped with CodeTwo Exchange Sync.
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PricingThe table below lists prices for a single license depending on the type of server the program is installed on. One license gives the right to install the software on one server and to handle an unlimited number of mailboxes and folders (relationships). The software license is not time limited.
* A license that was purchased for Small Business Server (SBS) can be installed only on a machine equipped with Exchange from SBS package. If you have SBS but want to install CodeTwo Exchange Sync on a different machine in the network, you need to buy the license for Exchange Server (Standard or Enterprise)The license for the software is perpetual - the price is one-off. You do not need to renew the license annually. The product is delivered electronically; a BOX version is not available. There are no shipment costs.Technical SupportThe price of the program includes:
|Small Business Server*||$ 490||$ 99|
|Exchange Server (Standard or Enterprise)||$ 590||$ 119|
- Free upgrades and patches.
- Free access to online technical documents.
- Email or phone contact possibilities with our specialists who will answer all your questions concerning CodeTwo Exchange Sync and will assist in addressing potential technical issues.
- A guarantee we will contact you within 24 hours since receiving your question.
- 3-month guarantee for free upgrades. If we release a new version of a program (upgrade) within 3 months of your support contract purchase, you will get this upgrade for free.
- Technical staff invariability. A given support case will always be conducted by the same specialist (unless he/she is out of office).