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GASMO doesn't work with Outlook 2013.  Does anyone have a workaround?  I have one but it's extensive and takes way too long.  Most machines that I install this on are Windows 7 x64.

Thanks in advance for any tips.
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I'm already familiar with syncfix.  The license has gone up and I'm not interested in paying for a fix.  Has anyone come across another fix?
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No other solution listed.  GASMO now supports 2013 CTR
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