Sync ‘Em adds Exchange autodiscovery support

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Derman Enterprises has announced the release of Sync ‘Em 1.25, a new version of its multi-sync hub for Mac OS X. It’s priced starting at $50.

Sync ‘Em 1.25 helps facilitate data synchronization between Mac OS X’s Address Book and iCal applications, Microsoft Exchange and Google.

The new release adds support for Exchange autodiscovery, which makes it easier to set up Exchange access in organizations where autodiscovery is configured. Performance has been improved, and user interface enhancements have been made. A memory leak issue has been fixed, and an Exchange server problem has been worked around.

A 15-day 2-Mac trial license is available for download. System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

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