SyncMyCal provides two flavors of their Outlook to Android sync software.  SyncMyCal Lite is free, but only syncs seven days of events from the Outlook calendar.  In my opinion, this makes the free Lite version worthwhile only for a demonstration.  The paid version called SyncMyCal Pro has no limits and will also sync Outlook contacts.

SyncMyCal provides synchronization of Outlook to Google services - calendar and contacts.  From there, the Android device can sync with the Google calendar and contacts using Android's built in sync features. Automated sync is supported for the ability to set it and forget it (Pro version only).  The manufacturer advertises this also syncs with Exchange, but does not give any details.  The download section provides for both 32 and 64 bit versions of their software.  Extensive calendar category filtering and control is available.

As a word of consideration, their site specifies that SyncMyCal only supports Outlook 2002, 2003, and 2007.  If you are using Outlook 2010, please look for another solution or use it at your own risk.  Also, for important consideration, I have attempted to contact them for more information about their product, but they have never responded to my requests.

If you are interested in more information on SyncMyCal, you can visit their website at the link below.  Select the Download Now button to download the free SyncMyCal Lite demonstration version or select the Buy Now button to purchase SyncMyCal Pro.