Import Outlook Contacts – Protect Contacts using regular Synchronization

04 September / 2017

SYNCING.NET syncs Outlook data automatically and backs it up

Heilbronn, 4. September 2017. Microsoft Outlook 2016 is available since September 2015. Many companies and private customers would like to upgrade to the new version and import all important data like contacts and calendars into new Outlook. Outlook contacts should be imported separately, as they are stored in the .PST file, which can be used in the new Outlook file as a whole. Outlook 2016 can access it automatically. In this matter, also import of appointments, tasks, and notes, when they are stored in the .PST file, is not required. Those who use multiple Windows computers or mobile devices (iOS, Android) and want to prevent data loss, can fulfil all these requirements using SYNCING.NET. The synchronization software created a Peer-to-Peer network between multiple desktop computer or mobile devices. All changes in Outlook are transferred immediately to other participants in the network and, therefore, are kept in sync on all devices automatically. In case of loss of some important data, it can always be transferred from other devices.

In the SYNCING.NET Business Edition up to 50 devices can be connected. The data is transferred highly encrypted over the Internet or in the local area network. This means the highest security of the sensitive data. A free 14-day trial version with all features can be downloaded on the Download page.