Sync contacts between MySQL and Atmail with sync.blue®
This sync combination is available.
Use all contacts of MySQL and Atmail in both apps
Instead of having different contacts in MySQL and Atmail, sync.blue® keeps them perfectly in sync. So you can use all contacts in both apps.
Fully automated sync between MySQL and Atmail
No manual interaction required anymore. sync.blue® keeps MySQL and Atmail contacts fully automated in sync - again and again.
Avoid and eliminate contact duplicates in MySQL and Atmail
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 MySQL or Atmail.
Show caller ID of your MySQL or Atmail contacts on your phone
Make your phone know who is calling you. sync.blue® syncs your contacts from MySQL and Atmail 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 MySQL and Atmail 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.
MySQL is an Oracle-backed open source relational database management system (RDBMS) based on Structured Query Language (SQL). MySQL runs on virtually all platforms, including Linux, UNIX and Windows. Although it can be used in a wide range of applications, MySQL is most often associated with web applications and online publishing.
Atmail is commercial webmail software for mail servers and groupware from the manufacturer of the same name near Brisbane on Australia's Sunshine Coast (Queensland). The software was developed for Linux/Unix operating systems and includes open source code in both the commercial and the free open source version. According to their own statements, more than 15 million active users worldwide already use Atmail as a central groupware solution.