Wednesday, September 19, 2007

SyncMyCal Mobile now supports Smartphones

Hi Guys

We are glad to announce the release of new SyncMyCal Mobile versions which now supports Smartphones. You can grab your copy from

We would also like to thank all our users who have been waiting patiently for this release.

Keep letting your reviews and feedback come to us.

SyncMyCal Team

Friday, August 10, 2007

SyncMyCal 2.2.170 released: Now supports Dual interface operation

Dear All,

We have released SyncMyCal 2.2.170 which has the “SyncMyCal agent” feature in it. This feature lets you operate SyncMyCal from within Outlook as well as from the Windows system tray. Together with this, a few fixes have also been pushed with this release.

To learn more about the new enhancements as well as to try the new SyncMyCal, please visit us at:

We are inviting more ideas and feature requests for SyncMyCal. Keen to know your feedback on the tool as well.

SyncMyCal Support Team

Friday, August 03, 2007

Outlook 2007 compliant version of SyncMyCal 30Boxes released!

Hi Guys

Following up on the "To-Do" for SyncMyCal 30Boxes, we have released Outlook 2007 compliant version of SyncMyCal 30Boxes. Work on 64bit OS compliant versions is also nearing completion and roll out would be real soon.

SyncMyCal Support Team

Monday, July 30, 2007

SyncMyCal 30Boxes edition released

Hi Guys

We are glad to announce the release of the eagerly awaited SyncMyCal 30Boxes edition which would allow you to synchronize your Outlook and 30Boxes™ calendars. The key features of SyncMyCal 30Boxes are:

• Two-way calendar synchronization - from Outlook® calendar to 30 Boxes™ calendar and from 30 Boxes™ calendar to Outlook® calendar
• Selective event synchronization through date range selection
• Flexibility of publishing or not publishing private event information in Outlook® calendar to 30 Boxes™ calendar
• Multiple Outlook® calendars can be connected to single 30 Boxes™ calendar
• Support for Time zone differences in calendars through automatic schedule adjustment
• Option for publishing either FREE/BUSY tag or complete information about calendar events
• Auto update feature
• Auto Sync feature
• Continue on error feature

Visit us on
to grab your copy and learn more about SyncMyCal 30Boxes.

Coming soon!

Although the first release of SyncMyCal 30Boxes works only with Outlook 2003 Professional edition, but we are working and very soon, would be releasing Outlook XP, Outlook 2003 basic edition and Outlook 2007 compatible versions of SyncMyCal 30Boxes. 64 bit OS compliant versions of SyncMyCal 30Boxes are also in the works.

As always, we eagerly await your feedback on SyncMyCal 30Boxes and yes, we are expecting more feature requests for all our products from you.

Cheers and Happy Sync’ing
SyncMyCal Support Team

Thursday, July 19, 2007

64 bit OS compliant versions of SyncMyCal rolled out

Hi Everyone,

We have rolled out the 64 bit OS complaint setups for SyncMyCal.
For everyone who has been waiting, we thank you for your patience.

So, all the 64 bit OS users, grab your copy now from
and as always, we eagerly await your feedback and more feature requests for SyncMyCal.

SyncMyCal Support Team

Friday, July 06, 2007

SyncMyCal 2.1 - Now supports Color labels during synchronization

We are glad to announce the release of SyncMyCal 2.1, which now supports Color labels for events during synchronization. With this feature, events in Outlook which are synchronized from Google calendars can be colored. So, all of you who have been using multiple Google calendars for synchronization with a single Outlook calendar can now actually differentiate which item belongs to which Google calendar. The features employs color labels present in Outlook and is available for Outlook 2003 Pro, Outlook 2003 basic and Outlook XP/2002 versions for SyncMyCal.

So, go ahead and get your copy from
and let us know your feedback, as well as feature requests for SyncMyCal.


Wednesday, June 13, 2007

SyncMyCal 2.0: Now supports Category based synchronization

We are glad to announce the release of SyncMyCal 2.0, which now has the much awaited Category based synchronization feature. With this, SyncMyCal users can now actually choose to synchronize events based on their categories in Outlook. This means, you can now choose to selectively synchronize your events between Outlook and Google calendars, based on Date range as well as on Category of events.

For all the users who have been waiting patiently, we thank you for your patience. Grab your copy now from

and do let us know your feedback on it.


Tuesday, April 24, 2007

SyncMyCal Mobile and version 1.8

We are glad to announce the release of SyncMyCal Mobile, a Pocket Outlook-Google calendar sync tool for PDA’s.

With SyncMyCal Mobile, you can manage all your calendars, keep yourself updated and in touch with your family and friends, anytime, anywhere. It allows you to synchronize your Pocket Outlook’s calendar with your Google calendar, over the air, and hence keeps you updated and in touch. SyncMyCal Mobile can presently be used with Windows Mobile 5.0, and we soon plan to extend the supported platforms.

We also released SyncMyCal 1.8 version, which now has “One click installers” allowing ease of installation.

Watch out for more....

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Support for Outlook 2003 Basic Added

We have finally made a release which puts us on the path for releasing versions for the previous versions of Outlook. We recently released a version which will run on Outlook 2003 Basic. Next week, we should be releasing support for Outlook XP, and then Outlook 2000 soon after.

Alright, for all of you who have been waiting, go and try out your copy now.

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Google Enterprise Apps Listing

SyncMyCal got listed on the Google Enterprise Solutions page:


Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Windows Vista Support Added


A lot of users asked for Windows Vista support. We just released a version of SyncMyCal which has been tested for Windows Vista. Hmmm... so what else do you guys want?

SyncMyCal - the best Outlook Google Calendar Sync Software

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Outlook 2007 Support Added

Good News - SyncMyCal now works on Outlook 2007. For all of those who have been waiting patiently, we thank you for you patience. Now head over to and get your copy of SyncMyCal.


Google Code - Featured Projects: SyncMyCal

Google Code - Featured Projects: SyncMyCal

Well we just featured on the Google Code Blog. :)

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

SyncMyCal 1.5 RELEASED

We are very happy to announce the release of SyncMyCal ver 1.5. This is out best version yet. Here are some of the key changes/features:

  • "Get My Google Calendars" - you no longer need to copy paste your Google Calendar Url from the GCal web page. You simply enter your username and password, and SyncMyCal will automatically get all your Google Calendars for you to choose from.
  • Auto Sync feature - a lot of users requested for this one. Now you can setup a schedule for the syncing, and the tool will automatically sync.
  • Latest Google API - Updated the Google API; this should improve stability.
  • Proxy Server Support - Now it works behind proxy servers. Should have thought of that before, I guess. But better late then never.
  • Enhanced Error Logging - we have made changes which will allow us to provide better support in the remote event that something goes boink in your SyncMyCal.
More to come.. as we go crazy with this tool.

SyncMyCal: Best Outlook Google Calendar Sync Tool

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

New version of SyncMyCal released


A patch to SyncMyCal has been released which addresses a number of issues that some of our users have been facing (deletion and duplication of events in rare cases).

Check out details at:


Friday, January 26, 2007

Good Reviews - Part 2

Aside from all the "good job" mails that we receive, we have been continuously picking up good reviews from people around the internet. I have started compiling a list of these on the blog.

I will be updating this list as and when I come across more reviews.


Tuesday, January 23, 2007

SyncMyCal 1.4 released

Yup, here's another update to SyncMyCal. We are really working hard to incorporate feedback from our users as soon as we can. As is natural, we are addressing functional problems being faced before addressing feature requests (but feature requests are also being queued, and will be implemented soon). Below are the two main changes in 1.4:

  • Better support for MS Exchange Environments - some of the users were facing issues with Exchange Server
  • Fixed an issue where users were getting deleted events in some scenarios.
Stay tuned for more updates :)

SyncMyCal - The best Outlook and Google Calendar Sync Tool

Sunday, January 21, 2007

SyncMyCal version 1.3 released

Some of our users have been facing problems in syncing in certain use cases that we were not able to produce during our testing. However, since these users were kind enough to help us reproduce these problems, we have been able to remove these bugs from our product.

Version 1.3 fixes the following problems:

  • Problem related to duplication and deletion of recurring events (reported in some rare cases when an instance of the recurrence does not lie in the synchronization window) has been fixed.
  • Fixed the parsing exception encountered by some users in the GMT time zone.
Aside from these two, we did fix a few other minor issues. SyncMyCal is becoming more and more stable with every release and we will be adding new features as we go along (we have had some nice feature requests).


Sunday, January 14, 2007

SyncMyCal and 30 Boxes

Today, we are starting work on making a SyncMyCal flavor that syncs with 30 boxes. Let's see how fast we can send it out for all the 30 boxes users.


(hmm... we will have to change the name of the blog :) )

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Good Reviews for SyncMyCal

Its been some time since we released SyncMyCal. During this time we have received feedback from users who had trouble using the tool, and from those who are very happy. Here are some links where we have got good reviews:

Hopefully there are many more out there who like what we are doing and will spread the word.


SyncMyCal releases a new version (1.2)

We just released another version of SyncMyCal. The features include:

  • Google API Upgrade - results in better stability
  • Automatic Update Notification to let you know when a new release is available
  • Double Clicking and operation to edit it.
Aside from that we have put some more checks and balances to minimize the sometimes erratic behavior of Google API.


Wednesday, January 10, 2007

SyncMyCal releases a new version (1.1)


we released a new version beginning of this week. It has the following features:

  • "Publish Free/Busy Information"
  • "StartIndex Error" being faced by some users has been fixed
  • Improved User friendly Exception handling with Error Mail feature. This will allow you to mail to us the error that you are getting, and its details from within the tool itself.
  • Support Center navigation provided from the tool.
We are currently working on another quick release to address some more issues that users are facing intermittently, so keep on the lookout.


Sunday, January 07, 2007

Our plans for mobile syncing

A lot of users have sent emails to asking for syncing ability on their mobile phones. So, I decided to give a preview of the plan. We are currently working on two versions of SyncMyCal:
- a Windows Mobile version
- a palm OS version

Although, I am not going to commit to when these will be available, I can reveal that development on these is very much ON.

So, keep on the lookout.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Google Group for SyncMyCal

We have now started a Google Group for SyncMyCal discussions. While comments are most welcome on the blog regarding the posts, users (or prospective users) can visit the group and start and participate in discussions.

The Url is:

See you all there.

Monday, January 01, 2007

Having Trouble with SyncMyCal??

Well, we have received some feedback from people who have started downloading our software. Most often the problem has to do with settings (GCal Url, etc.). We have a troubleshooter at the support site, which should be able to help you solve these issues.

We will continue to add more FAQ and support scenarios to the Support Center as and when we get more and more feedback. If you have an issue that does not get resolved by the FAQs then there is a provision to raise tickets there as well. We encourage you to raise a ticket which will help us in addressing your query in a timely manner.

The Support Center can be reached by clicking the Support link on the SyncMyCal site or you can go to the Support Center by clicking here.