Chapura Updates FolderMirror
Chapura has released a new version of its FolderMirror software. FolderMirror gives you the ability to carry and stay connected to any Microsoft Outlook Calendar and Contacts folders. Users have the ability to pick and choose which Outlook Calendar and Contacts folders to carry and stay connected with on their device, including any Exchange public folders, subfolders, SharePoint folders, and Business Contact Manager (BCM) Accounts and Business Contacts folders. New in version 2.0.1 is added support for Task folders, two way synchronization with folders that you have sufficient rights to, one way sync to CSM and Sharepoint folders and various bug fixes.
FolderMirror is available now for $49.95 USD. This new version now includes a 7 day free trial period. It is compatible with virtually all modern mobile device platforms.
FolderMirror replicates and continues to update the desired information in the main Outlook Calendar or Contacts folders allowing wireless or cabled synchronization solutions to transfer the information. This dramatically improves the effectiveness of any mobile device, including the iPhone, Palm OS, Windows Mobile, RIM (BlackBerry), and Symbian devices.
FolderMirror maintains Outlook folders on the mobile device by creating a folder-like category, denoted with an asterisk, in the main Outlook Calendar or Contacts folders. Wirelessly or cabled, the mobile device's Outlook synchronization solution can then transfer this information automatically. These items are organized into folder-like categories on the device allowing the user to quickly identify which items belong to which Outlook folder.
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