One thing that I’ve been delaying is finding a good solution to keep my contacts and calendars synced across my home Mac, work Mac, MS Outlook (in my work VMware Windows VM), Palm Treo, and Blackberry. Admittedly I haven’t done a great deal of research on the best way to do this but I decided to go out on a limb and sign up for a Tungle account today. I’m hoping it will do at least some of what I’m asking. The big win would be if it could somehow get my Palm Treo back in the loop with regards to the address book. A few months ago the Treo dropped the address book and I can’t for the life of me get it to sync again with my Palm Desktop on the home Mac. Expect a review of the service once I get it up and running.
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I have had good luck with Goosync, synching up my Windows Mobile phone with Google.
Thanks for signing up with us. While you can use Tungle to synch your various calendars, the primary benefit is to schedule your meetings – especially ones with people outside of your company – where you don’t know what calender they are on or what their schedule is.
I hope you find our solution very useful for scheduling your meetings.