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Personal Information Managers, Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo! Mail, MobileMe, Personal Information Management, Microsoft Entourage, Planz, Ecco Pro
A collection of articles gleaned from Wikipedia relating to computer programs and mobile applications used to manage personal information such as e-mail and documents.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo! Mail, MobileMe, Personal information management, Microsoft Entourage, Planz, Ecco Pro, List of personal information managers, Mozilla Sunbird, Address Book, OpenSync, Personal wiki, Lotus Agenda, Outlook Web App, Desktop organizer, ISync, NEPOMUK, AllMyNotes Organizer, Feng Office Community Edition, IBM Lotus Organizer, @Mail, 3D Topicscape, Delicious Library, BitPim, Filofax, Alert messaging, Tinderbox, Rae Assist, Franklin Planner, MediaMan, Elog, Contactizer, Lefax, Scrivener, Say the Time, ReQall, DVD Profiler, EM Client, NotePub, CDpedia, DVDpedia, AllMyMovies, MyInfo, ConnectedText, Wammu, Circus Ponies NoteBook, Personal Knowbase, Series60-Remote, Mobile PhoneTools, Windows Calendar, HotJava Views, Personal organizer, Trapper Keeper, Office123, BottomFeeder, StoryMill, Wine Collector 200, Virtual filing cabinet, Gubb, Social media bank, Yojimbo, Grandview, Corel WordPerfect Lightning, Claris Organizer, Gradefix, Day-Timer, Scooby Web Calendar. Excerpt: Yahoo! Mail is a free web mail service provided by Yahoo!. It was inaugurated in 1997, and, according to comScore, Yahoo! Mail was the second largest web-based e-mail service with 273.1 million users as of November 2010. Currently, Yahoo! offers three versions of Yahoo! Mail. The traditional "Yahoo! Mail Classic" continues the availability of the original interface introduced in 1997. A new version introduced in 2005 included a new Ajax interface, drag-and-drop, improved search functionality, keyboard shortcuts, address auto-complete, tabs, and more. In October 2010 Yahoo! released a new beta version of Yahoo! Mail, which included a new design, improved performance, improved search functionality, and improved Facebook integration. In May 2011 beta testing for the new version stopped, and it became the default interface for Yahoo! Mail....
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current version of Mail utilizes the SMTP, POP3, and IMAP protocols, and supports Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, Gmail, MobileMe and ... available at any given date. The traditional 'Yahoo Mail Classic' preserved the availability of their original 1997 ...
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