We are no forcing anyone to upgrade. The point is that OpenSync v2 configuration windows is written in vb6 and OpenSync v3 is written in Visual Studio. Microsoft Windows has changed the way that applications have access to information from OS. That is why the reason that some of you have to upgrade to have a reliable software. If it is not broke, don’t fix it. Like Frank, he is still running OpenSync 2.0.60 and it is working great. Also, I am glad to hear that OpenSync v3 is working even better.