automatic, event-based (push) one-way and two-way synchronization of calendars, tasks, contacts and e-mails

easy one-way or two-way sync of business entities between SharePoint and Exchange

automatic, yet customizable mapping
of SharePoint users to Exchange users

conflict resolution mechanism to automatically
capture sync item conflicts

little-to-no maintenance
and administration requirements

high level of security
and data integrity


simple manageability

Making team collaboration easy: bring your SharePoint and Outlook enthusiasts on the same page

10am CEST | April 24 2018

Join us for the webinar that will change your perspective on team collaboration and user adoption of Microsoft SharePoint.


Tasks sync

When you create a task on SharePoint, a task item is automatically synced to the Exchange tasks folder of the assigned user.

The service monitors task changes on SharePoint and Exchange, and writes those changes from one system to the other.

Calendar sync

Create a meeting in SharePoint, auto sync to your, and all attendees’ Exchange calendars.

Create a meeting in SharePoint, auto sync to organizer, and all attendees’ Exchange calendars. Use ‘Scheduling Assistance’ to see the status of all meeting members.

Contacts sync

From your Exchange contacts folder, just select one or more contacts to automatically insert into a custom SharePoint List. Synchronize your contact lists in real time to keep your Exchange address book up to date.

Changes made by users designated as ‘contact owners’ affect only mapped fields, which are then synced bi-directionally.

Email backup

Automatically back-up email and attachments by safely storing them in SharePoint. Manually start and stop the synchronization based on your needs.

Simply select one or multiple emails and/or folders to sync to SharePoint.

Solution architecture

Supported versions

  SharePoint 2013, 2016, or Online (O365)

  Exchange 2010, 2013, 2016 or Online (O365)

See what we have written about this topic