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Outlook Synchronization

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Ultra Recall tightly integrates with Microsoft Outlook, storing or linking folders, emails, contacts, appointments, and tasks to and from Outlook.


Robust 2-way synchronization between Ultra Recall and Outlook is provided, which allows creating or editing objects in either application, then automatically synchronizing the changes in either direction.  With this feature, you can take full advantage of the extensive features of Ultra Recall, while continuing to use Outlook as your email client and as a conduit for transferring Ultra Recall data to and from your cell phone or other mobile device.


Outlook folders: Outlook folders (such as Contacts, Tasks, or Inbox) can be imported into Ultra Recall, and the contents of the folder will also be imported (linked or stored as specified).  If an Info Item for an Outlook Folder is later Synchronized (using Item | Synchronize on the menu bar), any new Info Items parented to the folder are created under this folder in Outlook (or vice versa) and existing child Info Items are synchronized with their Outlook counterparts. See the Synchronize topic for more details on this process.


Individual Outlook items: Individual Outlook objects can be linked or stored in Ultra Recall using the methods described under the Microsoft Outlook Integration section.  They can then be edited either in Ultra Recall or Outlook, and Synced from within Ultra Recall to ensure both reflect the latest changes.  When an Outlook folder is imported into Ultra Recall, the folder's object are also imported as child Info Items.


Note: The Outlook sample demonstrates how to use Outlook synchronization.


See Also:

Search Synchronization
Outlook Integration
Outlook "field" mapping
Data Explorer Pane
Stored Contents


Note: Available in Professional edition only.  The 64-bit edition of Outlook requires the 64-bit edition of Ultra Recall.