Sync contacts between MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox with sync.blue®
This sync combination is available.
Use all contacts of MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox in both apps
Instead of having different contacts in MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox, sync.blue® keeps them perfectly in sync. So you can use all contacts in both apps.
Take all your contacts (e.g. from MariaDB or Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox) with you on your smartphone
You are on the road and want to call one of your customers? No problem, because sync.blue® syncs your MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox contacts right to your smartphone. Call your customers wherever you are!
Fully automated sync between MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox
No manual interaction required anymore. sync.blue® keeps MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox contacts fully automated in sync - again and again.
Save time by avoiding manual data entry within MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox
Never export and import all your contacts over and over. sync.blue® saves a lot of your free time by syncing MariaDB contacts with Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox for you. Start doing something more valueable in your new free time.
Avoid and eliminate contact duplicates in MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox
Find, eliminate and avoid contact duplicates automatically. sync.blue® will save you a lot of hassle with this ugly topic everybody else struggles with - no matter if in MariaDB or Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox.
Show caller ID of your MariaDB or Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox contacts on your phone
Make your phone know who is calling you. sync.blue® syncs your contacts from MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox right to your phone so it knows the caller ID already when it starts to ring. Make your caller smile and greet him personally when taking the call.
Reach more customers with newsletters and your other favourite marketing tools
Finally make use of all your contacts within your company your phone know who is calling you. sync.blue® syncs your MariaDB and Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox contacts by syncing them with your favourite marketing tool (newsletter, automation, live-chat,...). This is how you make money of your business contacts.
No software required - it all works in the cloud
Start easily and immediately. You do not need any kind of hardware, server or even technical skills. sync.blue® comes an easy and secure cloud service just syncing your contacts.
MariaDB is a popular open-source database management system that originated as a fork from MySQL. It was created by MySQL's original developer, Michael "Monty" Widenius, and named after his youngest daughter, Maria. Over time, MariaDB has carved a niche for itself, thanks to its robust performance, scalability, and advanced features that it offers beyond MySQL. At its core, MariaDB facilitates the efficient storage, retrieval, and manipulation of data, making it suitable for a myriad of applications, from small websites to comprehensive enterprise solutions. In today's interconnected world where synchronizing contact data across various platforms and services becomes increasingly vital, the underlying database technology plays a pivotal role. Replicating data between different MariaDB instances ensures high availability and fail-safety, which is particularly crucial in ensuring that contact data remains up-to-date and accessible. As contact databases can grow over time, MariaDB offers horizontal scaling solutions to accommodate rising data volumes. Security is another facet that can't be overlooked, especially when dealing with personal contact data. MariaDB incorporates a range of security features designed to shield these data from unwanted access. All in all, with its advanced replication and synchronization capabilities, MariaDB provides a solid foundation for those seeking a dependable data management solution, particularly in the realm of contact synchronization.
Microsoft 365 Shared Mailbox
A shared mailbox is a type of user mailbox that does not have its own username and password. Therefore, users cannot log in to them directly. To access a shared mailbox, users must first be granted the "Send as" permission or the "Full access" permission. Then, users can log in to their own mailboxes and then access the shared mailbox by adding it to their Outlook profile. In Exchange 2003 and earlier, shared mailboxes were simply regular mailboxes for which an administrator could grant proxy access. Since Exchange 2007, shared mailboxes are a separate recipient type: RecipientType: UserMailbox RecipientTypeDetails: SharedMailbox Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)