A synchronization solution that enables a user to synchronize contacts information between a PC and mobile phone or smartphone.
Features: OxySync is a synchronization utility for mobile phones and smartphones that enables a user to synchronize contacts information between the mobile device and the PC. This synchronization process can work over a number of interfaces including a USB connection, an Infra Red connection (using IrDA) and a Bluetooth connection. Once connected the process of beginning the syncing is simple and the first time you sync a wizard asks a few simple questions that sets up the sync operation parameters. Thereafter, syncing is a single-click process: simply clicking the sync “start” button begins the synchronization process. Syncing progresses from PC-to-phone, from phone-to-PC or bidirectionally, depending on whichever contacts need to be updated, so that the contacts list are kept consistent across the two (or more) contacts list. Contacts list are compatible with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server (in Business Version only; with Exchange Server OxySync provides access to Global Access List, GAL, and user profile data).
Supports all Symbian OS devices including Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, Nokia, phones and smartphones. For other devices synchronization is possible but progresses only in phone-to-PC mode.
Overall: This an excellent tool that works with a number of the most popular mobile phones and smartphones. Not much is asked of the interface besides giving a basic synchronization settings page, a synchronization initiation button, presenting a status of synchronization progress during the synchronization and finally a report / summary of the contacts exchanged during the synchronization process, and each of these are presented in an attractive interface in an intuitive manner. The only complaint is that this is a Windows based utility and for sure there are a number of mobile and smart phone users who are on other platforms who need such a synching utility.