Removes/merges duplicate EMails, notes + calendar items with single mouse click. Contact items aren't simply removed but merged together so that no information can be lost Great: Includes an undo option.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Deletes double EMails, contacts + appointments with single mouse click. Contact items aren't simply removed, they are merged, taking the best data from each version into one new contact. Great: Everything can be undone! In one-click-mode one single mouse click suffices and double objects are safely recognized and pushed into the recycle bin. No questions asked. IT Pro may also use an advanced mode where you can configure and change everything. Only if they want, of course. Try it! The features are: searches and deletes Outlook double objects with single mouse click (optional with a confirmation dialog) ; Merges contacts; Powerful undo option for all deleted objects. Try it!
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