Archive for December, 2006

New Bundle: Outlook Convenience Bundle

Friday, December 8th, 2006

Well, not all Outlook users may need a sync software, but we can also offer other interesting programs:

1-Click Duplicate Delete for Outlook
(a program for finding and removing duplicate e-mails, contacts, etc. in Outlook)

The perfect Outlook add-in for canned texts and power-cllipboard users.

And now you can buy both programs together in the “Outlook Convenience Bundle” and get a great 20% discount. Currently it’s not yet in official price list, blog reader get it first. Click here to get 20% discount.

2 Ways to remove Outlook duplicates

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

Since many releases Easy2Sync for Outlook contains a function to remove duplicates (to activate it: Right-click the task):
Remove duplicates
This may seem a bit cumbersome, because you have to create a task first, but keep in mind that Easy2Sync has its focus on synchronization. And that this feature is a free spin-off which is also available in the unregistered version.

If things are a bit more complicated, we can now offer a new product, 1-Click Duplicate Delete for Outlook. It’s lightning-fast, recognizes not only real duplicates but also objects that are “similar”, is integrated into Outlook and offers a convenient “1-Click” mode.

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Trick: Deleting in Outlook

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

Yeah, deleting objects in Outlook is simple, you’ve done that before.

No, probably you haven’t. You’ve moved items into the recycle bin. That’s a good choice in most cases because you can undo that. In some cases, like very large attachements, duplicates or spam you may want to delete the items permanently.

The trick is quite simple. Don’t use the “Del” key. Use “Shift+Del”. That way the selected items are gone forever. (But please only use that trick if you’re really sure you want to delete that. Please.)

Giraffe notebook

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

There are all kinds of notebooks, but this idea is (as far as I know) as brilliant as new as it is simple. The new Flybook VM (reported on Golem) is able to hold its display higher and a bit separated from the notebook on some kind of “telescope” arm. (Not really telescope length, but enough to make a difference.)

Notebooks are of course a fascination of mine and I almost did buy one of the previous flybook versions. The Easy2Sync series (to synchronize files and Outlook) were made because I had problems synchronizing my own notebook to take the source code of other programs along…