How to use the Outlook provider

Nov 8, 2009 at 3:03 PM

The documentation mentions command line switches, how do you use them since this seems to be a click once application? I need to sync outlook with google contacts.

Jun 18, 2010 at 5:00 PM

Eight months late, but might help someone:

In Vista or 7:

1) Go to C:\Users\your username\AppData\Local\Apps\2.0\BX9OAM6N.R4Z\B3OHKO27.8D1\synr..tion_6839b3cc4811927c_0002.0000_1c856dee1e06edf2 (that's a mouthful!)

2) Right-click on synrc.exe and left-click "Create Shortcut"

3) Cut and paste the shortcut to a place more convenient than the mess described in #1 above. :)

4) In that convenient location, right-click the shortcut and left-click Properties

5) Go to the Shortcut tab, and under "Target", scroll to the end of this mess: C:\Users\your username\AppData\Local\Apps\2.0\BX9OAM6N.R4Z\B3OHKO27.8D1\synr..tion_6839b3cc4811927c_0002.0000_1c856dee1e06edf2\Synrc.exe.

6) Add a space at the end of the Synrc.exe part and type your command line switch at the end of it.  For example, with Outlook, do this:

C:\Users\your username\AppData\Local\Apps\2.0\BX9OAM6N.R4Z\B3OHKO27.8D1\synr..tion_6839b3cc4811927c_0002.0000_1c856dee1e06edf2\Synrc.exe outlook