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gMigrate

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Not long ago I touted the virtues of using CompanionLink for Google Calendar to keep your Outlook calendar in sync with a Google Calendar. Post something in either place and the software automatically links up the calendar dates, giving you quick access to your appointments from virtually anywhere. If you want to abandon your Outlook, Palm Desktop, Group Wise or Lotus Notes calendar altogether, or simply have a clean solution for uploading calendar appointments to the Web without two way synchronization, CompanionLink now offers the free gMigrate as the perfect solution. You can of course do this manually by exporting calendar data and importing it into your Google Calendar, but the gMigrate app makes this seamless, saving all the extra steps. It also gives you a chance to try out CompanionLink performance, in case you decide you want the two-way sync down the road. Enter your gmail address and password, choose your PIM, and migrate in one easy step. A free Google Calendar account is required in order to use the software. [Windows 9x/2k/XP $0.00]
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