Outlook And Xobni..

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Is anyone here using Outlook and Xobni: Email organization, search, and navigation for your Outlook inbox ?

I've been trying it out and liking it so far. Makes it easy to find the attachments the people I work with send me.

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  • Profile picture of the author Asher
    Bill Gates called Xobni the next generation of social networking - Newsweek
    MSN's trying to copy Google by coming up with random words for new stuff?

    I don't use Outlook because of the viruses that can get directly downloaded into my computer - got hit by it once and have been using online ones since.

    Asher
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      Originally Posted by neonerai View Post

      MSN's trying to copy Google by coming up with random words for new stuff?

      I don't use Outlook because of the viruses that can get directly downloaded into my computer - got hit by it once and have been using online ones since.

      Asher

      Sounds like you need a virus program :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Shannon Herod
        Looks interesting.


        I will try it out.

        Thanks,

        Shannon
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        • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
          Allen,

          I came across Zimbra the other day, I haven't had time to install it
          or test it yet, but it looks really interesting.

          It allows you to co-ordinate mail from several sources including outlook,
          webmail etc.


          John
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          • Profile picture of the author 2bneil
            I am forced to use Outlook as my company wants integration with their customer service software. I use Xobni and really like it.

            Do remember that once you reach approximately 2 gig of messages in Outlook it will crash, destroy and corrupt the saved messages and generally make your life a living h*ll. I use a freeware backup for Outlook called MailStore Home -- not an affiliate link--http://www.mailstore.com/en/

            You can also purchase MailStore with more features, but the free version does all I want it too.
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