Being able to synchronize Outlook folders may come in very handy in many situations. For instance, you can use a synchronized folder as a simple collaboration tool to automatically share important emails with friends or colleagues. You can configure Outlook filtering rules at work to move messages from specific senders or with a specific subject field to a synchronized folder to make this content automatically available on your home system. Finally, you may want to synchronize non-message folders, such as appointments, tasks or any other Outlook objects between you and the members of your team. If you like these ideas, meet OLFolderSync 1.37 — an Outlook add-on that does all of that and more in style!
OLFolderSync 1.37 is a great solution for hassle-free and fully automated synchronization of Outlook folders in the background mode. The software supports synchronization between multiple users and enables you to flexibly configure synchronization options to avoid sharing unnecessary content with other parties. OLFolderSync 1.37 uses email for synchronization, so other parties do not necessarily have to be online for synchronization to take place. The only requirement is the presence of a configured (POP3 account) Outlook copy on your PC. Once the program is installed, you will see a new property tab under each folder that provides access to synchronization options. Pairing up with another party only requires their email and access key. If necessary, you can additionally protect the synchronization procedure with a password.
OLFolderSync 1.37 is a perfect data synchronization tool for personal use and use in small companies or teams. If you mostly use Outlook and email for communicating with your team, club members or colleagues, make sure to take a look at this great tool!
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