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Go to GMail account one and switch to contacts view Mark the contacts you want to export Select "export" and then "Selected contacts (n)" (n is the number of contacts you're exporting) Select Google CSV format and export Log out of this account and log in to the second Gmail account. Switch to contacts view Import the file you saved at step 4 Not drag and ...
Google is just the OpenID provider. Jeff Atwood explains OpenID rather well in this blog post: OpenID: Does The World Really Need Yet Another Username and Password?
There isn't anything built-in to either Evernote or Google Docs (now called "Google Drive") that will do a synchronization. Both services have an API so it would be possible for a third-party to build a synchronization tool. One service which seems to do what you ask is cloudHQ. As of June 2012, this is a paid service which has a free option with limited ...
Windows Live Mesh does this, and it's free. I've used it for sync'ing large projects of source code between my office and home office, and it worked very nicely. It operates via the "cloud" (i.e. it gives you free online storage), and you can specify which devices you want to connect to that cloud repository.
I had the same problem! i had to disconnect and re-sync and disconnect for it to finally get rid of them. https://account.live.com/consent/manage Manage accounts Remove Connection Completely. it should take a moment and then the contacts should disappear. if it doesn't work re-connect to gmail again and disconnect agian. otherwise i have no idea how i ...
You can setup a forward in your Yahoo email account. This way as soon as the email arrives in your Yahoo mailbox it will be immediately forwarded to Gmail. Then, you can setup send email as under Gmail settings -> Accounts and Import so you can send all your emails from whichever account you want directly from Gmail.
I believe you could do this using Google Apps Script to update the Google Calendar when the change happens on the Google Site. This is probably more complex than what you were looking for but I don't believe there is any way to do this without writing a custom script. Some information on the Calendar and Sites services API: Calendar Services Sites ...
I've built something that does almost exactly this. my.syyn.cc It's very alpha (eg: note the almost total lack of web design). It can't work with a facebook fan page, but it can work with your wall. You authorise it to talk with your wordpress, and your facebook, and it'll sync posts in one or both directions (you just want wordpress->facebook, not the ...
It's not really syncing, but you can use Picasa to upload a folder of files to SmugMug using the Picasa plugin for SmugMug... Unfortunately Picasa will only synchronise with PicasaWeb as far as I know. There was some talk about SmugMug integration with MS Sync Framework / SyncToy a couple of years ago, but that all seems to have gone quiet.
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