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Somebytes Software Developer specializes Microsoft Outlook application development. Somebytes distributes its software directly from its website at Apart from the new application OPC-Netlistener, Somebytes, offers NVN (for Outlook), Netlistener as well as the Microsoft Outlook synchronization applications OLFolderSync, OLCalendarSync, OLTaskSync, OLContactSync which synchronize Outlook applications through e-mail with any sharing partner.


OLFolderSync can synchronize any Microsoft Outlook folder with anyone else`s (except Drafts, Outbox, Sent Items and Deleted Items). The folders you allow to be synchronized will do so in the background by e-mail. You can easily synchronize Outlook folders through the internet without the need for both parties to be online at the same time. If you have private data elements on Outlook you can exclude them from the synchronization process.


OLContactSync allows you to easily synchronize your Outlook contacts with any other Outlook user?s contacts. The synchronization works in the background through your e-mail ? allowing synchronizing appointments easily over the net without the need to be online at the same time as the synchronization partner. For your convenience the synchronization excludes contacts marked as private.


You want to synchronize your Pocket-PC or Mobile Phone with other Microsoft® Outlook® folders than default-folders? So you can have a look at OLMixedFolders. Here you copy all items from public-folders or subfolders to your default-folder which is synchronized with your Pocket-PC via your synchronization-software like ActiveSync.

NVN (for Outlook)

NVN displays appointments and tasks on your desktop so you don't loose track. The desktop image remains fully visible. If you feel that your Outlook-Calendar is too many clicks away or you are loosing your appointments out of sight, then this fully customizable Desktop Calendar is the solution. It runs in the system tray and can display your calendar in weekly, 5-day or monthly view.