SFCubed – Sync Salesforce data with your Mac

Simon Fell just released a beta application called SFCubed.

SFCubed allows you to sync your Contacts and Tasks between Address Book and iCal, respectively. Simon is planning to include Calendar sync in the future. Couple that with Spanning Sync and you have a fully synched iCal, Salesforce.com and Google Calendar. Whoa!

I don’t use a Mac (yet), but let me or Mark know what people are thinking about it.


  1. Shawn Friesen Said,

    January 18, 2007 @ 11:27 am

    Excited about this, I hate using more than one calender and would much rather use ical than the SForce calender.



  2. Tricia Said,

    February 1, 2007 @ 5:52 pm

    It’s great, but SFCubed doesn’t work unless you have the correct edition of Salesforce that allows you to connect to their API. Disappointment! 🙂

  3. thinkx Said,

    March 31, 2007 @ 2:43 pm

    True what Tricia said.. you need the “Enterprise” edition of SalesForce in order to access the Sforce API, and at that level, the subscription cost is around $1500 per user, per year.

    That’s unfortunate – SalesForce should make this level of access available at all levels, and there would be a greater influx of inter-operable software utilities.

  4. Jim Pollock Said,

    May 1, 2007 @ 3:11 pm

    Yeah, we are a small but fast growing new customer of SF.com with the Professional version. Two of us have Mac’s but cannot sync to SF with ical etc. Need access Enterprise version to access API. Total bummer.

    AWhere Inc.

  5. jules Said,

    August 20, 2009 @ 3:18 pm

    I wish there was support for this, without the enterprise level. Big disappointment.

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