I keep all my devices in sync with this excellent opensource tool called OUTLOOK GOOGLE CALENDAR SYNC I bloody love this little utility. It smoothly keeps my calendar and contacts fully synchonised between my mobile phone, tablets, work desktop, work phone. It runs on my work PC and my home PC, both locations that I

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UPDATE JUNE 2018 Sadly FIELDSTONE stopped supporting gSyncit V4 when they released a new version, cunningly called gSyncit V5. Now if I want to continue using this to sync my devices I have to pay again! Which sucks 🙁 I now use the new kid on the block OUTLOOK GOOGLE CALENDAR SYNC which keeps my

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UPDATE OCTOBER 2014: A few months ago, Google announced they were discontinuing Google Sync and Google Calendar Sync. These applications were designed to synchronize Gmail accounts with Outlook, various devices and other software via Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) protocol. That time has come and I found that this free google sync stopped working properly. GOOD

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So, having recently gone through my seemingly annual exercise of backup, format, install, restore of my laptop, I was prompted to actually sit down and sort out my various backups, network drives and data stored randomly on various desktop and laptop systems. It’s [shock horror] actually all kind of neat and tidy now… all documents,

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Looking for help with a corrupted Outlook file?

Amazingly this page is one of the most frequently accessed so it’s been renamed to make it more search engine friendly and the page has moved to

/outlook-pst-file-errors-fixed-download-scanpstexe

It has instructions on things to do if you Outlook PST file is corrupted and the download for the SCANPST EXE tool.

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Fix corrupted OUTLOOK email PST files Awoke this morning to find my Outlook email not working because Outlook2007 was reporting that my PST file was damaged… Aaaaaargh!!! Much scratching of head ensued and vaguely worried faces were pulled while I drank a cup of coffee and wondered what to do next. Outlook says there is

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