Despite that Outlook (not the «Express» edition) is certainly a great organizer, as an e-mail client its draggling far behind its companions in the field, as all it can offer is basically sending and receiving messages, not speaking of a bunch of kiddy options like message previewing, which, after all, exposes computers to malware threats. Oh, if it only could
This thought of mine was likely shared by the creator of Potolook, the add-on to MS Outlook, which turns the program from dinosaur-like helpless e-mail monster into a really brisk and powerful e-mail assistant.
A great set of plug-ins will instantly turn your Inbox into a powerful mail-out engine, message tracking system, CRM solution and a powerful e-mail client. With message templates you will be able to write far more messages than what you couldve typed by hand. E-mail messages will get a better look and be easier to read with their original text, quotations and other data highlighted with different colors. To view attachments, youll never have to first save them to disk and then try to find the files in an external application; all office files and the majority of popular formats can be viewed right inside the Outlook window. Potolook can also compress attachments, ensuring the easier download on the recipients side, remove redundant message duplicates, manage mailing lists and do a lot more. The applications functionality never stops growing; new plugins could be released even while you are reading this article.
Potolook connected to Outlook will take you to a totally different life, and you wont have get or install any software for that.
Potolook plugin for Microsoft Outlook 3.7 An extensive package of Outlook plug-ins. Dynamic Templates Editor allows you to create personalized responses in seconds. Highlighter helps you distinguish quotations. Attachments
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