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subidai reviewed on 27 Dec 2006
Excellent product. Allows Mac's to function in a Windows email environment as seamlessly as any Windows based PC. Automatically synchronizing calendars every 15 minutes has been keeping our Mac users as up to date as our Windows users.


1. Don't try to sync years of iCal appointments to Exchange and vise versa. It will take hours and ultimately fail.

2. Have BlackBerry users cease syncronizing appointments and to-do's to their Mac's. You will end up with duplicate entries. Groupcal will allow the BlackBerry devices to sync up as easily as any Windows user.
[Version 3.75]

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subidai commented on 08 Jan 2007
You can set Groupcal to ignore events older than x days (default 30) and ignore tasks completed x days ago (default 7). We opted to archive old iCal events rather than populate our new Exchange server with those old events and tasks. The Exchange server is only synchronizing events that are as new as it.

Although we tried (and failed) to populate our Exchange server with old events and tasks, we tried synchronizing all of a single users calendars at once. You might try synchronizing one calendar at a time. We did not try that.
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