Multiple calendars and more in new version of Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook

Version 1.6.155.1603 of Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook has been released for new installs and updates.

Editions included:
Premier and Education Editions

Languages included:
Available worldwide with US English interface

How to access what’s new:
– Multiple calendars
You can now create new calendars in Outlook and they will sync with Google Apps. For any of your Google Apps calendars for which you have write permissions, and that appear unhidden in your Google Apps Calendar list, these will also now be synced to Outlook.

– Support for querying free/busy information for Exchange users
If you are using Google Apps Sync in a mixed Google Apps/Exchange environment, you can query free/busy information for Exchange users by implementing Google Calendar Connectors and adding a new registry key to each computer on which Google Apps Sync is installed.

Get information about the Google Calendar Connectors here. Get information about setting up the new registry key here.

For more information:
https://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=153463

Attend a webinar to learn how to get this feature and more with Google Apps Premier Edition
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As Google Partners we love to see the adoption of Google Apps and we love to see all of their updates!. If you would like information on how Google Apps can help your organization, contact one of our Google Apps specialists.


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