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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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Microsoft Outlook Goes To Google Apps

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Google has introduced a solution that would facilitate the transition of business users of Microsoft Outlook to its communication and collaboration tools based on the Internet.

New software called Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook can easily transfer data from a server for Microsoft Exchange on Google's online services "in the cloud." Users are able to retain Outlook as a client for access to electronic mail and other communication tasks even if the server part transferred to Google's service.

Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook is available immediately as part of the existing versions of Premier Google Apps, which business users are charged $50 per user, but for educational and non-profit organizations is free. In Google, saying they currently have 1.75 million business users Google Apps, but they not published how many customers pay and how many are using it for free.

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Excel Microsoft said...

wow, I am using Google Apps online, but I never knew it could integrate with Outlook (besides email) - I definitely should try it!