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Considering getting a Droid 2. I use Outlook for all calendar, contacts, and tasks. Although it is seamless for calendar items and contacts, task management is critical for me. I am not impressed with Google apps task mangagment and want to keep using Outlook. Is the Droid compatible with a sync directly to Outlook 2010? Under what conditions?

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Apart from the grand old man of the syncing world that Ryan's pointed out above, there's also GOATS and TouchDown as other notables.

There's a fairly detailed table at http://www.syncdroid.net/ that illustrates and lists software designed to sync data to Android devices.

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Thank for the link to syncdroid- has a good chart for the various alternatives. I ended up using gsyncit- $19.99, with the gtask app for phone (free w/ ads, $3.99 without). Working pretty well so far. Keeping fingers crossed. –  Dawna D Jun 20 '11 at 17:58

The only solution I know of for the level of syncing you want to achieve is CompanionLink. It will sync Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes between Outlook and Android, it will also cost you $49.95.

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Thank you for the response. gsyncit coupled with gtasks app for droid seemed to be a good option, cheaper and with good reviews. Working pretty well so far. –  Dawna D Jun 20 '11 at 18:02

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