Sync 'Em update fixes sync failure problems

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Derman Enterprises has released Sync ‘Em 1.18, an update to their “multi-sync hub” software for Mac OS X. A free update for registered users, Sync ‘Em costs $49.95.

Sync ‘Em enables the Mac to synchronize Microsoft Exchange, Google and Apple contact and calendar information. It syncs Exchange, Google/Gmail and Address Book contacts and Exchange and iCal basic calendar events. Planned for the future are updates that will add Google calendar synchronization and multiple Mac-to-Mac synchronization.

New to this release are bug fixes that address all reported issues, including multiple problems that caused sync failures and incomplete syncs. A new manual “Sync All Setups” capability has been added, several user interface improvements have been made, and built-in troubleshooting capabilities have been improved as well.

Sync ‘Em requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. A 15-day trial version is available for download.

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