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August 2, 2007

Sync BCM and Public Folder Items To Your Windows Mobile Device

From my cold. dead hands...

Sweet Home Alabama.

Nope, not talking about the seminal rock band’s best known hit, nor the sappy chick flick…

I’m talking about one of Alabama’s own, Chapura Inc., releasing a new product called FolderMirror.

This particular piece of synchronization goodness solves a key problem for a lot of folks:

The inability to synchronize secondary Contact and Calendar folders.

Examples include…

  • Public folders
  • BCM

Once FolderMirror does its thing, which is push the designated data into the primary Contact and Calendar folders, the synched data will follow whatever normal sync conduit is in place, whether you’re talking an OTA connection, or wired.

Basically, the same thing I outlined earlier at the Funcave, except without all the copying, categorizing, and rigamarole. As in, polished, beautiful, and monetized.

I’m wondering if FolderMirror might also be able to “mobilize” nearly any application which maintains an information store using Outlook.

It’s licensed for $50 per user. No trial version available.

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2 comments »

  1. Jeez…. Where have you been?

    Chapura was already the goto app for this. Public Folder syncing… Sweet… PocketMirror has saved my bacon many times. I tell ya, I get grumpy when my bacon is gone!

    -Ken

    comment by Ken Edwards — August 2, 2007 @ 9:56 am

  2. foldr mirror does not offer 2 way synch for anyone looking to help with BCM – their website says it supports BCM but once you buy it you find out it is only one way – that is not synching that is sending

    comment by chris — July 3, 2008 @ 4:07 pm

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