Alarm Master 4.12 This skinnable PIM includes talking alarm clock, scheduler, calendar and timer.
The alarm clock can remind you about important events by playing your favorite music or video (MP3, MPG, AVI). Snooze. Asrology. The calendar includes zodiacal signs.
Atomic Clock Service 2.6 PC atomic clock synchronizer with some useful features (time offset, synchronize periods, etc.). This program uses the list of 19 presetting atomic time servers.
Description: Adds for Outlook is a plug-in component for Microsoft Outlook. This is a collection of nice improvements.
(*) You can use Outlook as an alarm clock. But if you exit it by mistake alarm will not work. Adds for Outlook allows prevent Outlook from exiting. Instead it hides Outlook and sets an Outlook icon into the systray. So Outlook is always at hand and no alarm messages will be lost.
(*)The Reminder of Microsoft Outlook can play only wav-file alarms. This Outlook Add-In component allow to play as alarms any music and video files ( mp3, mpg, avi, etc. )
(*) There is a Microsoft mistake in some outlook versions: only the first copy of the running application can execute scripts and plug-ins. Adds for Outlook can prevent multiply starting of Outlook.
(*) When you receive advertisement in the html format you often need to wait while images are loaded. Adds for Outlook can delete such images from letters.
(*) Html scripts can be dangerous. This plug-in can also remove them.
(*) It can puts / removes the Outlook Shortcut to the System Startup folder.
(*) Any feature can be switched off.
Adds for Outlook does not work with Outlook Express.
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