For advanced users, it can be useful to start Easy2Sync for Outlook with certain parameters. Currently the following parameters are supported:
Immediately after the program starts, all tasks are synchronized and then the program is closed.
Immediately after the program starts, all tasks are synchronized and then the main window is displayed.
Immediately after the program starts, the task with the specified name is synchronized and the program is closed. A space character cannot appear before or after the colon.
Immediately after the program starts, the task with the specified name is synchronized and then the main window is displayed. A space character cannot appear before or after the colon.
This parameter is normally only used internally when a shortcut to Easy2Sync for Outlook is created in the autostart folder of Windows. If this parameter is set, Easy2Sync for Outlook assumes that Windows was just started and begins to synchronize all tasks that must be synchronized at this time.
If this parameter is being used, missing network connections do not result in error messages, but will simply be ignored. Any task where the network connection is missing is simply skipped. This parameter applies only to synchronizations which are run at program start.
If this parameter is used, the program will not display the butterfly window while starting up.
If this parameter is used, Microsoft Outlook will begin after Easy2Sync for Outlook is closed. It does not matter if Easy2Sync gets closed manually or automatically.
Easy2Sync waits 30 seconds after being started before initializing or synchronizing anything. This is great for reducing the workload at Windows startup or waiting for network connections to initialize.
Easy2Sync waits (n) seconds after being started.
Duplicates an existing task. The internal database of the new task is deleted.
Deletes an existing task.
Changes a task's property. Valid values for propertyname are: name, store1, store2, deactivated.