Gmail contacts sync with Outlook and OS X Address Book Updates

Until now, Gmail used to add unrecognize fields into the contact's notes section, when imported contacts from Outlook and OS X Address Book. Google added support for more contact fields (like birthday and website). With all contact info in Gmail, you can now access it from anywhere, sync your contacts to your mobile phone or other devices, and more easily collaborate […]

Until now, Gmail used to add unrecognize fields into the contact's notes section, when imported contacts from Outlook and OS X Address Book. Google added support for more contact fields (like birthday and website). With all contact info in Gmail, you can now access it from anywhere, sync your contacts to your mobile phone or other devices, and more easily collaborate on Google Docs and invite people to Calendar events. Also an updated standalone contact manager is available in Gmail with support for Outlook, Outlook Express, Hotmail and Yahoo in CSV format, and OS X Address Book in vCard format.

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