In March 2018 Google announced they would deprecate (eliminate) a part of their Sync API. The API was published in 2008 and in use for 10 years. In March 2018 Google announced that the “Batch Endpoint” would be moved. This requires all products created between 2008 and 2018 to be updated.
On July 31, 2019, Google posted an update. They say that due to public response, they delayed the cut over date from March 25, 2019 to August 12, 2020.
Read Google’s Announcement.
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If you use CompanionLink to synchronize to Google Contacts, Calendar or Tasks, then you need to run updated software.
If you are using another vendor's Google Outlook Sync, we extend our reduced price update as a competitive upgrade.
Click on this link to purchase an update:
CompanionLink 8 for Google - Competitive Update
If you purchased CompanionLink after August 1, 2016 you are eligible for a free update to CompanionLink 8. Download from the following links:
If you purchased CompanionLink before August 2016, you are eligible for a reduced price for an update to CompanoinLink 8. Click on the following link to update: