Your first sync moves all of your calendar data to the server. You can then share your calendars with other syncbridge.com users and with other machines you own. Changes are automatically synchronised with the server. (requires an active syncbridge.com account)
You can subscribe to the calendars of other users and use iCal to edit them, sending any changes back to the server. You can also receive the updates from others to your own calendars. (sharing edits requires an Internet connection and a successful synchronisation)
SyncBridge can also be used to replicate your iCal calendars to other machines you own so you have multiple copies of your calendars as well. Like .Mac, your phone and your palmtop, syncbridge becomes another location where your data is stored. (iCal has a built-in iCal database backup which we recommend that you use regularly)
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