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Email user interface advancement - Emailers Anonymous

This post's subtitle could be "Why Gmail rocks". If you're already a Gmail user, you probably already understand Gmail's unique way of grouping messages from the same conversation together and presenting them in one unified view. If that's the case, this article is probably not of much interest to you. But if you've never tried Gmail, and have never understood why your friends keep saying it's the...

ClearContext Outlook add-in releases version 3.0

Back in August I did a pair of articles outlining software that can be used to support Getting Things Done functionality using online software, and offline-capable software. My offline article focused on Outlook and the various add-ins that are available for it. Of the ones I commented on, ClearContext generated the most attention by far. Lucky for us ClearContext fans, today they've released...

Getting Things Done Software Systems (Part 1 of 2)

Native Windows (offline-capable) software Scope While there are a great number of ways to put a Getting Things Done system into action on a Windows PC, I'd like to compare and contrast the benefits of using native Windows software like Outlook (arguably the most popular personal information management software on Windows) and handheld computers (in this case a Pocket PC) versus using online...

Outlook Rules - How to Work Around the 32kb Limit

It’s a problem that has hit many people I know, and until now there has not been a good solution for it. What I’m talking about is the fact that in Outlook you are limited to 32kb worth of rules if you are connected to an Exchange server, at which point you receive an unceremonious error message stating that there is no more room. For literally years, I assumed this was a...