Microsoft continues to push developments within its Windows Live program with new functionality for Outlook Connector. The latest version is available for download and offers new synchronization features for a variety of calendars from within Outlook.
On top of the syncing of different calendars, users can also share calendars and edit them on the fly via Windows Live. This sharing feature would be great for people who have multiple computers or for people who utilize companion devices. If you have multiple Windows Live ID’s for various purposes or for various organizations, Outlook Connector can synchronize the calendars from all of your accounts. This integration of cloud-based computing via Windows Live with traditional installed software makes for an interesting hybrid medium that takes exploits the advantages of both.
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