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This is the Notes to Google Sync project ("inotessync")
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** PLEASE NOTE: My company is moving to Exchange, so the limited work I was doing on this application will be ending. Thanks for those that have been using it, I appreciate your comments. For those that tried using it but didn't get things working, I'm sorry I couldn't help you out ** Notes to Google Sync is an application developed to sync your Domino calendar with Google Calendar. It was developed for personal use; but figured I'd open it up for everyone using Sourceforge. The application has a number of options: - syncing options - data options - reminders - connection type (ssl, http) Settings are saved in the user directory; so the application can be shared by different users on the same computer. It was designed to be run manually or off the startup menu; but I have seen it being run as a service.
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