By CompanionLink Software
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New users should download the "DejaOffice 2010" app, which is the next generation of iClink. More features and better usability.
iClink is an extension to CompanionLink Professional desktop software (sold separately at companionlink.com/products/iclink.html) that keeps contacts, calendar, and tasks wirelessly synchronized between the iPhone and popular CRM and contact management software.
- ACT! by Sage
- Microsoft Outlook with BCM
- IBM Lotus Notes
- Novell GroupWise
- Palm Desktop
- FrontRange GoldMine
SYNC THE FOLLOWING DATA:
- Contacts (syncs to the iPhone address book)
- Calendar and phone calls (syncs to a custom Calendar app in iClink)
- Notes and histories
- To-do items and tasks (syncs to a custom Tasks app in iClink)
- User-defined fields
- Calendar events are linked to contact names
- Custom field mapping
- Exclude personal data from sync
- Free and live technical support
For email sync, please refer to your iPhone's user guide. iClink does not manage email sync.
- CompanionLink Professional (sold separately for $99.95)
What's New in Version 3.1.1
Updated meta-data for iTunes listing.
It Works For Me
I got 15 categories and over 3,000 contacts that sync wirelessly from Act 6.0. I love it. The problem I was having is the whole categories to groups sync that hasn't been addressed by Apple.
For my calendar I use google calendar and I get free push exchange. But google doesn't sync contact groups. Hopefully they fix that.
Meanwhile, if Companionlink can offer push or some exchange server access that address the categories-groups, that will be a smart move. Something that I can enter the settings on the iPhone directly and have push contacts with the categories-group sync.
Also the company should focus on upgrading the iclink sync software and abandon their Deja Office app.
I know of many apps that out perform Deja Office by miles.
Stick to what you do best.
Finally many companies offer exchange for free or as little as $5 per month. It's only around the corner that they will support proper category-group sync. So drop the price on the wireless service.
Buy this if you like feeling stupid
I have used this product since it came out about two years ago and the last guy who said it was horrible was being really generous. One of its problem is you have to pay Championlink $100 a year for it to sync wirelessly - which in itself is OK but not when it doesn't work, stops working and there is no support except for support tickets you get but are not answered. Then you fell like you were scammed. Another problem is the interface is not really easy to read and its more PC like than Apple like. Never happy with it but as it was the only fix for the problem of syncing with ACT at the time had to put up with it. Do not buy this unless you enjoy disappointment and being robbed.
Use it Daily
After a few intial set up issues, I've had no problems syncing in both directions. Though I really would like to se alerts!!
- Category: Business
- Updated: Dec 28, 2009
- Version: 3.1.1
- Size: 0.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CompanionLink Software, Inc.
- © CompanionLink Software, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.