GO Contact Sync Mod synchronizes your Microsoft Outlook contacts with your Google Mail address book, including pictures, categories and notes. Since version 3.5.6 it also syncs your Outlook Notes on demand to Google Drive. Since version 3.7.0 it also syncs your Outlook Calendar Appointments on demand to Google Calendar. This Mod fork adds many enhancements and bug fixes to the obviously dead project 'Go Contact Sync'.
Please find some guidelines how to sync your mobile phone contacts with Google Contacts here: http://www.google.com/mobile/sync
- Outlook Contacts sync
- Automatic syncing
- Pictures support
- Categories support
- Go Contact Sync fork
- Contact notes are synchronized (size limited to 62.000 characters)
- Supports Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010 (32 and 64 bit)
- No Support for Outlook Express
- Outlook notes sync
- Select Outlook folder to sync
- Sync with multiple GoogleMail accounts
I had used this project in the past and loved it. However, I downloaded the latest version 3.7.0 and it won't sync. I get an error message that the gmail credentials are incomplete or incorrect but there is no support. I sent in a support request with no response.
Does what it should do only if an appointment is rescheduled it won't be synced.
Will not work... [10/08/2014 10:47:58 | Error] Google Groups were supposed to be created prior to saving [10/08/2014 10:47:58 | Error] Sync failed. Options please? :-)
We can't say enough good things about this tool. We've been trying to sync Contacts from Windows PCs to Windows Tablets to Windows Phones using Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync protocol from within Outlook. It's horribly glitchy, with about 10 different ways to fail. GO Contact Sync Mod lets Outlook rule the roost (if you choose that setting), and any changes we make to our primary Outlook accounts automatically change contacts on the phones. All you have to do is set Windows phones to use Google as their sole source of contacts. We use long, detailed notes, so this is really important. If we had to rely on what Microsoft has available (built for large Exchange enterprises and modified for consumer use), we'd be eternally frustrated. This works beautifully. We'll probably have it sync both ways when we get everything the way we want it on Google; that should allow separate installations of Outlook on tablets to be synced as well. Thanks so much to the developers; what a great job. We hope this project keeps going!
A helpful tool.