|Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Mark.Stoakes||7/9/09 3:33 PM|
Is Sync supported on Windows 7 32 bit yet?
Is there a timeline for support on Xp or Windows 7 64 bit?
Many thanks, Mark
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Advisor Mark||7/9/09 3:47 PM|
It's currently not supported on Windows 7, or 64-bit yet but we are looking into it. No timeline for this as of now.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||GreenEnvy22||7/10/09 7:03 AM|
It might not be officially supported, but it works fine.
I'm typing this on Windows 7 64bit RC, with office 2007.
I've been using Google Apps Sync for a couple weeks.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||davidj5684||7/14/09 6:55 PM|
I have a user on Vista 64 bit and he told me that when he installed he got an error saying he had an unsupported version.
However, it seems like it somehow is working? It did create an new google "MAPI" profile for him but he said "it wasnt working right" and was "REALLY" slow. I believe it is because he was moving from prob a 3+gb PST file and all his e-mail used to be in that local PST file as he did POP before. I think it may be working, but he hasnt given it enough time for the initial migration to take place?
I am waiting unitl he is in the office next week and will have him bring his laptop so I can look at it myself.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||davidj5684||7/15/09 7:45 PM|
FYI.... the user with 64 bit Vista came in today and it appears it is working just fine! He did have 2 google profiles created and then a 3rd google one that said "temporary file " then a weird string of gibberish. I looked at them all and then deleted the 2 extra ones. I had him let his initial sync finish and will hear back from him tomorrow, but it does appear that 64 bit will work just fine.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||soross||8/11/09 1:37 PM|
To Advisor Mark...
PLEASE prioritize Vista 64 and Win 7 64 compatibility with Google Sync. I'm an iPhone & Google Calendar user, and I used to workaround the lack of 64bit sync by using Plaxo to synce from Google Calendar to Outlook, then sync my iPhone with Outlook. Now Plaxo no longer offers a free sync with Outlook. So now I'm stuck. I'd like to sync my iPhone directly with Google, but if I don't have 64 bit compatibility... please hurry!
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||davidj5684||8/12/09 5:55 AM|
@ soross. I agree, they need to update with a 64bit version, but if all you are trying to accomplish is getting your iphone to sync contacts and calendars with google it is already built in.
That link will give you exact step by step on how to set this up. Please note, you must disable the push e-mail under this new "exchange" account, and set it to only sync contacts and calendars. BACKUP FIRST and then I would recommend letting it delete the contacts and calendars you already have on the device (assuming they are all on googles end already). Otherwise, you will have duplicates. Also, make sure you disable the sync with itunes or outlook before you do this.
After you do that follow this next link below on how to choose exactly what calendars you will sync with.
Hope this helps you.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||JDT2||9/5/09 10:21 AM|
I tried windows 7 32 bit and it doesn't work for me- doesn't get any new email but the initial sync and sending are ok. Does it work for anyone else?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||ArcherJ||9/7/09 2:59 AM|
I've just spent the last week trying to get Outlook App. Sync working on Windows 7 64bit and 32bit systems. "I have a possible move between folders solution at the end of this post."
For me the account set up and import portions of outlook app sync are fine, I have noted two main problems using Windows 7 64bit & 32bit (Outlook 2007, our copies of Outlook 2003 are still on our XP machines which work as advertised).
1) The real problem comes with the upload sync of your folders to Google. Say for example I send and email, and locally I can see in my sent mail folder that it has been sent. If I then check my Google online sent folder it will be empty. This is also true should I move a file to a sub folder in my inbox. Say for example I receive an email from j...@somedomain.com in my inbox, I then move this to the subfolder "inbox-joe". Again it will show up in my local folder tree but will not be synchronized up to Google.
This becomes a real problem if you have Pop3 account too. We have an alias with another domain and have used this for a while via our local ISP's smtp server and the other domain's mail pop account to send and receive emails from that domain. As the local .ost used to be synchronized through exchange any incoming emails on the local machine would be available anywhere on our hosted exchange account in the cloud.
2) Dragging and dropping between folders cannot be done, either via the Outlook Apps sync personal folder or the connected IMAP folder. My work around was to create a local IMAP personal folder and work within that, syncing up and down worked fine. However if I tried to drag within or between these folders I got the error message "Cannot move the items. The server responded: 'Folder doesn't exist. (Failure)'."
Now this is only a guess and I'd hope Google or somebody else looking at this post can help, Microsoft has locked down access to the local machine in Windows 7, we now have home groups and I know in Network and sharing centre I have a choice between private and public networks. My system is set to private network on my local Ethernet which is behind a NAT router, Network discovery is turned off, file and printer sharing is turned on, as is public folder sharing and file sharing connections are set to 128-bit encryption. To be honest I can't see any of these as being part of my problem, but it must be either the Windows 7 API or Office 2007? I disabled my firewall (Kaspersky) too but this didn't solve my problem.
I did find a solution to dragging and dropping my email's. Either Ctrl C for copy or Ctrl X for cut, from your original folder, then select the destination folder and Ctrl V. You can do this for one email or several emails. However I found this works intermittently.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||REBCTO||9/14/09 12:36 PM|
It doesn't work with the 64-bit RTM, can't even tell if it will work with Outlook 2010. For this solution to be viable Google is going to have to keep up with changes. With Windows 7 now release to manufacturing, Outlook 2010, Exchange 2010, and who know what else. I hope to be able to resolve this issue very soon.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||REBCTO||10/4/09 8:24 AM|
Can say for a fact App Sync does NOT work with 2010, I had it working on Windows 7 however.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Mat Beard||10/5/09 7:13 AM|
Using Apps Sync here with Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit and Outlook 2007 -- works fine.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Spideyngo||10/5/09 1:58 PM|
Using Apps Sync here with Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate RTM & Outlook 2003 SP3 --works fine.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||grunwald2.0||10/22/09 5:15 PM|
Charge everyone using it a single dollar ($1) once and then please use the money to push forward the changes to make it compatible with Windows 7 and Outlook 2010!
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||dleary4608||11/18/09 4:26 PM|
Using Apps Sync with Office 2007 SP2 and Windows Ultimate 32 bit. Everything works fine except I can no longer see free/busy calendar information for other users in my domain when setting up a meeting invite in Outlook. The feature worked fine on the same system with Vista SP2. Any ideas?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||MamboWarrior||11/20/09 5:22 AM|
I had Office Beta1 (Technical Preview) running with the Apps Sync software. Now installed Beta2(x64) and Sync App won't execute. Anybody any idea's?
Now removing Beta2(x64) and Sync. Trying to re-install with Beta2(x86) version. Will post details
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||MamboWarrior||11/20/09 6:29 AM|
That was the solution. Google Apps Sync Doesn't work with the x64bits version of Office 2010 Beta2
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||riperush||11/20/09 12:46 PM|
I'm using Outlook 2007 on Windows 7 Pro x64, and Google Apps Sync works perfectly. So does my iPhone. Though I dislike when I "delete" a message on my iPhone, it's in Outlook's "Archived" folder. I'd rather it just delete.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||riperush||1/20/10 11:39 AM|
I also thought I'd add, I've setup Google Apps Sync on two home computers, my desktop is running Windows XP Pro, SP3 with Outlook 2010 x86, and my laptop is running Windows 7 Professional x86 with Outlook 2007. Both are running beautifully. I plan on installing a VM to test Outlook 2010 - both 32 and 64 bit versions running on Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. I'll post how that goes.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||mattj1||1/28/10 3:03 PM|
The only problem I have with Apps Sync in Windows 7 64 is with the Calendar free/busy information. It works fine in XP, no luck in Win 7. So, I loaded up Outlook in Virtual XP mode and set up my Sync user there. Then launch from Windows 7 and the free/busy info is pulled over. Admittedly a workaround, but functional until Apps Sync includes full Win 7 support.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||kliles||2/4/10 12:20 PM|
I've tried to install Apps Sync on my Window XP 64-bit system, but I just keep getting the error message saying that it's not compatible. Any thoughts?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||PWK||2/7/10 8:00 AM|
What version of OFFICE are you using 32-bit or 64 bit 2003, 2007 or 2010? Also, it a little hard to determine whats going on with out knowing what the error message said.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||kliles||2/11/10 8:24 AM|
I'm using 64-bit Office 2007. The error I get is that sync is only supported by Windows XP & Vista. Since I have XP 64-bit pro, I assumed that the problem is that it's 64-bit....
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||PWK||2/11/10 8:57 AM|
Google Outlook Sync is not compatible with any 64-bit Version of Outlook. Uninstall Office 2007 64-bit then install the 32-bit version of Office. After Office 32 bit is installed then install Google Apps Sync for outlook. I don't think the error your getting has anything to do with the XP-64 bit, it more that likely related to the 64-bit version of Outllook (again Google apps Sync needs the 32-bit version of Office in order to work).
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||MrZinger||5/19/10 2:02 PM|
"Google Outlook Sync is not compatible with any 64-bit Version of Outlook."Please add this support or open up the Exchange server so we can have proper calendar and contact sync with Google!
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|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||sbaadkar||6/22/10 9:56 PM|
We're an enterprise customer. To see a lack of support or even a response is somewhat disappointing.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||snoopy04||8/23/10 7:25 AM|
it'll be great to see sync compatible with x64 outlook in a few weeks. hope you guys are still on schedule seeing as most oem installs for new pc's are now coming with x64 versions of windows.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||omar.jonguitud||8/27/10 7:27 AM|
September 1? It would be a real deal to have this working, most of our company employees using BIS try to keep contacts wirelessly syncronized using this app, but when we upgrade their computers we put Win 7 64 bits and office 2010, Its a pain in the ass when they complain about this. Please give certain date, in the meanwhile we will be checking ...
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||cybersprocketlabs||8/29/10 8:12 PM|
(+1) for Outlook 2010 x64 support.
Just got a new system: win 7 x64, office x64 w/ Outlook 2010. Sync no longer works.
I have 2 choices:
- Uninstall all the pre-loaded x64 office stuff and re-load x32 versions of Office 2010 and Visio 2010
- Go through the pain of setting up email the "old way"
Neither option is easy or preferred. Since Office 2010 x64 allows me to work MUCH more quickly (my system actually utilizes the quad core + 8GB of RAM during multitasking) I'm leaning towards setting up mail "the old way". If I do that then I have no need for Google Apps Premium since the ONLY feature I am using is Sync.
Please advise if a fix is out soon.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||isabel.cestmoi||9/22/10 6:04 AM|
win 7 x64, office x64 w/ Outlook 2010. Sync not even opens!.. Any fix yet?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Gmail_Form||9/22/10 6:43 AM|
Uninstall Office 2010 suite and install the 32 bit version and that will fix the problem until they have a 64 bit version.
Side note: Your not going to notice any performance difference between the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Office unless your working with massive sized excel speed sheets and have OVER 4GB of memory.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||lewdvig||10/25/10 8:21 AM|
If you are using Windows 7 x64 it does not matter whether you use Office 07 32 bit or Office 10 64 bit. Neither work.
I have tried all the tricks (compatibility mode, run as admin, registry entries, etc.). None work on my machine.
This is a free service that I use to bypass my corp security policy to make my professional life easier, so I can't really complain. Folks whose businesses rely on this service should know better - you get what you pay for.
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Advisor Mark||10/25/10 11:33 AM|
Google Apps Sync supports Windows 7, 64 or 32 bit, and Office 2010, 64 or 32 bit, after 2.0 release. @lewdig - what issues are you hitting?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||dvmerrick||10/29/10 12:17 PM|
Does google apps sync work for Windows 7 64 bit with Outlook 2007 64 bit?
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Advisor Mark||10/29/10 2:31 PM|
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Goldy Arora!!!||1/5/11 7:39 AM|
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||pckennedy||1/9/11 2:37 PM|
Hello JASROBB, when is this version of outlook sync going to be available? if now, can you supply a link?? thanks
|Re: Google Apps Sync for Windows 7 32 or 64 bit||Advisor Mark||1/10/11 1:48 PM|