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Windows 7: Toodledo and Outlook

12 Dec 2010   #1
ctt1wbw

OS X Snow Leopard, Windows 7 Pro on the MacBook.
 
 
Toodledo and Outlook

Okay, I know some of you geniuses know how to do this. Is it possible, at all, to synch Toodledo with Outlook, both the 2011 for OS X version and 2010 for Windows 7? I have both and would love to sync Toodledo with my Exchange email client.

I know Toodledo has a link to a free app but it won't even recognize my credentials so i gave up on that one.


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12 Dec 2010   #2
ctt1wbw

OS X Snow Leopard, Windows 7 Pro on the MacBook.
 
 

Nevermind...
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12 Dec 2010   #3
ctt1wbw

OS X Snow Leopard, Windows 7 Pro on the MacBook.
 
 

Okay, so now I think I've got Toodledo synced between Office 2011 on the Mac, Office 2010 on Windows, iCal on the Mac, plus several apps on the iPad and my iPhone 4.

Something tells me I am NOT going to forget to take the dog out anymore.
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19 Jan 2011   #4
ShaggyDogg

Windows 7 Ultimate (x86) & Mac OS X 10.6
 
 

How do you sync the ToodleDo To-Do list with Outlook for Mac 2011?

I've sorted the mobile app, ToodleDo online (Google plug-in) & Outlook '10(PC) through Chromatic Dragon, but have found the final bridge to integrate with OFM11 task list.

The dog wasn't taken out this morning

Thanks in advance.
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