Microsoft Outlook is by far the most popular and functional communications and scheduling suite in the corporate world. The majority of people use it for email, personal time management, keeping notes, storing contacts and spend most of their day working inside Outlook. However, the application offers little to no functionality for creating and storing categorized articles, which would come really handy in situations when you need to systemize lots of text materials and images falling into your inbox every day. If you need a tool that would allow you to work with rich text documents inside Outlook, KBase for Outlook is your best choice!
KBase for Outlook enables you to work in a familiar environment and keep documents in a single location. The software does not require an Internet connection and supports saving to .htm for subsequent publishing on the Internet or your local network. You can edit documents with the help of habitual text formatting tools, add images and attached files and run full-text searches in your knowledge base. Each article can be marked as belonging to a specific category or type for easier navigation and searching. KBase supports all versions of Outlook and can also be embedded into a SharePoint website.
Get yourself a copy of KBase for Outlook to find out how comfortable it is to store your documents, email, contacts and tasks in a single location! Quick searching, export to HTML and the ability to share your documents with your friends and colleagues — isn’t that what you’ve been looking for?
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