Heilbronn, 25. August 2017. Although Outlook 2016 was released back in September 2015, many Outlook users are still using older versions of Outlook 2013, 2010, or even 2007. The Outlook users worry that the transition to Outlook 2016 will not be smooth and they can lose their Outlook data like emails, contacts, and calendars. The question is, how can the users import data from Outlook 2013, 2010, or 2007 to Outlook 2016 without losing data. First of all, the Outlook users must completely uninstall the older Outlook version. The .PST files, in which Outlook stores all important data, remain untouched and can be later used by Outlook 2016. The data import from Outlook 2013, 2010, or 2007 works this way automatically. If, after the upgrade, the Outlook users want to keep all computers in sync, they can use the synchronization software SYNCING.NET, in order to transfer changes in Outlook contacts or calendars between computers automatically. The data transfer works over the Internet or in the local area network in Peer-to-Peer mode. SYNCING.NET uses highly secured multi-level encryption during the data transfer.
In many companies, a lot of computers are connected in a local area network. The SYNCING.NET Business Edition can connect up to 50 computers together in a sync group. The 14-day trial version of SYNCING.NET is available for tests on the Download page.