Google has set a problem with the Outlook synchronization tool it launched freshly for its Apps hosted connections and cooperation suite, as Google said.
That device, called Apps Sync especially for Microsoft Outlook, didn't cooperate well with series that interrelate openly with the Outlook statistics file, such as Windows Desktop Search. Specially, Apps Sync, during installation, stopped Windows Desktop Search, which allows users get information in Outlook.
But, the latest edition of Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook currently workings well with Windows Desktop Search. The plug-in has constantly operated well with Outlook's local search aspect, according to Google.
One more alteration to the Google tool is that it currently lets users access Windows Live Hotmail using the Microsoft Office Outlook Connector plug-in, which the Google tool didn't maintain before.
Other improvement to Apps Sync is the ability to allow or stop auto-store during setting up and a better two-way synchronization of explanation in contacts, as said by Google.
Present users will acquire the upgrade automatically. New users will get the latest edition as Google have already released their Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook in order to offer users the choice to utilize Outlook as a front end to the Gmail and Calendar section of the leading and Education version of Apps.
At present, the plug-in permits public match e-mail, contacts and calendar items among Outlook and Apps, but it doesn't give the complete similarity of features that exist among Outlook and Exchange.
This is why a variety of industry analysts are recommending that before deciding to replace Exchange with Apps, IT managers run tests of the plug-in to make sure that their Outlook users will not miss functionality they need for their work.
The plug-in are not accessible to users with the Standard version of Apps, which is free of charge and restricted to 50 end-users per area. Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook is for Apps' Premier edition, which costs around US$50 per user every twelve months, and for Apps' Education edition, which include no cost and designed especially for students, teachers and for the school employees. And yet Microsoft has not declared about their latest edition of the Google plug-in.