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CodeTwo Exchange Sync is an application enabling automatic synchronization of data between selected folders hosted on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 / 2003 / 2000. The synchronization is real-time and occurs in the background transparently to the user. Synchronized data can be of any type: mail, calendars, contacts, tasks etc. The program enables multiple synchronization types and lets you choose the precise items to be synchronized and whether to modify them on the fly during the synchronization.

CodeTwo Exchange Sync can be used by administrators of Exchange Server in multiple scenarios; to synchronize mobile devices of employees with public folders of Exchange Server, create up-to-date group calendars, replicate and update shared companywide address book, and monitor and report tasks, emails, contacts, appointments by their state and content. Exchange Sync works with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2003/2000.

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