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    Syncing iCal & google calendar
    I am looking for a FREE way to sync my iCal and my Google calendar together in both directions.

    I know i can subscribe iCal to my calendar and get my google calendar's entry,s but if i make changes to iCal they will not change my google calendar.

    I have looked at spanning sync but I dont want to pay.

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    Pay for spanningsync it's worth it ... I've used it for sometime now.
    Now with Leopard

    I was Member of the month April 08

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    How much does it actually cost? I have had a nose round there website but i cant find the price anywhere. I did a google and all i came up with was it was overpriced and expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobywuk View Post
    How much does it actually cost? I have had a nose round there website but i cant find the price anywhere. I did a google and all i came up with was it was overpriced and expensive.
    a year subscription costs $25.
    $15 for the next year.

    you can save $5 with this discount code: FNFMBV

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    gSync. It's free and it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaheadpunk View Post
    gSync. It's free and it works.
    I'd be interested in this, but it says it's a demo?

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    Have you tried it? I don't think the version I had was a demo and I don't remember paying for it... it synced my calendars at any rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaheadpunk View Post
    Have you tried it? I don't think the version I had was a demo and I don't remember paying for it... it synced my calendars at any rate.
    Just tried to download it from the link and the download seems to be broken, will try again later

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