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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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Chapter 16. Synchronization

What Is Synchonization?

Synchronization, also known as Sync, has become an increasingly important technology over the past few years. Sync helps solve the problem of maintaining up-to-date information on multiple devices. These days, people can have computers at work, computers at home, PDAs, and Smart phones. Inevitably, users want to be able to

  • Work on the latest versions of documents, whether at work or at home.

  • Transfer files between their work computers and their PDAs.

  • Have their calendars, contacts, and e-mail available and up to date on their mobile devices.

Because of this great interest in keeping everything up-to-date, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Web Services (EWS) includes Sync functionality.

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