I know this isn’t related to Virtualization, but it is still pretty cool. At the office I use Outlook, which is connected to an Exchange 2007 server. I have my entire calendar live and up to date in that thing and one problem I’ve always been faced with is accessing Exchange via Outlook on my Home PC. Due to security limitations I need to use Outlook Web Access (OWA) from outside our firewall, however I still use Outlook at home for access to my other IMAP accounts and Hotmail – but if I ever want to look at my calendar, I need to sign into OWA…it’s a PITA if you ask me.
Well, Google released a Calendar Sync tool that syncs your Outlook calendar to Google Calendar. I decided to start using this because my homepage is iGoogle, thus I can see my calendar from home right on my homepage without having to log-in.
Now lets take it a step further, I installed Google Sync on my Home PC and now I have all my calendar entries from Exchange sync’d to Google Calendar and then sync’d to my Home PC – editable from any device (with 2-way sync enabled).