Enjoy the benefits of seamless integration that now allows you to have the same contacts in Outlook as you do in ACT!. Plus, ACT! will keep your busy calendar updated in both places, and help you cut back on meeting conflicts with rules that handle them automatically.
ACT! manages all the details of your business relationships and Microsoft Outlook manages emails, basic contact details, and meetings across your team. Now you can have the best of both worlds and share your Outlook and ACT! contacts and calendar using two-way sync.
Create new Outlook contacts from ACT! and new ACT! contacts from Outlook. It doesn’t matter where your contacts were created or changed, everything will be kept updated in both places. Plus, you have the option to control which contacts are synced back and forth. Don’t worry about duplicates either, because ACT! will attempt to intelligently link contacts between Outlook and ACT!.
Keep your busy schedule updated in both Outlook and ACT!, no matter where you add or modify activities and meetings. ACT! will help you cut back on meeting conflicts with rules that handle them automatically. And, you can choose which activity types in ACT! sync back to Outlook so that your Outlook calendar remains free of your ACT! to-dos.
Contact Syncing Details:
Create new Outlook Contacts from ACT!
Create new ACT! Contacts from Outlook
Control which ACT! Contacts are synchronized to Outlook
Contacts are always up to date regardless of where they were created or changed
Calendar Syncing Details:
Calendars are always up-to-date, regardless of where events were created or modified
Select which ACT! Activity types to sync to Outlook
No duplicate entries
Sync runs even with Outlook and/or ACT! closed
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