OutlookDisclaimer 3.32 OutlookDisclaimer is a tool to automatically format and brand outgoing email. You don't need Exchange or any other mail server to add the disclaimer because it is a client-based tool. This means that you actualy see what you send out.
OpusFlow CRM for Outlook 5.6 OpusFlow CRM takes the Outlook contact card as the starting point for linking and tracking of all (even remote) related communication. The Outlook contact card you used to know has been extended with a wide range of functionalities.
Description: 3 clicks, that's all you need to use your sophisticated Exchange 2000 or 2003 server for what it was designed to do: Easy Collaboration. Exchange GroupCalendar enables anyone who can count to three to install and manage an unlimited number of company shared calendars. The perfect tool to help your team collaborate trough Outlook. Either at your desk in the office or at home over the internet.
Exchange GroupCalendar integrates with Exchange server and needs no software on the Outlook workstations to give you one, two or twenty Group Calendars. After the '3 step' server configuration your GroupCalendars are ready for use, just one click away for the Outlook users who participate in the GroupCalendars without the need for them to do anything other than what they normally do, keeping their personal schedules up to date. The Exchange Server takes care of updating the GroupCalendars.
Public Calendar Choice for Outlook 1.0 Public Calendar Choice is a freeware addin for Microsoft Outlook, Public Calendar Choice is a tool for Outlook that save a choice of several shared calendars in Outlook 2003 or
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