mail2cloud Save & Share for Outlook

Save&Share’s Outlook plugin gives users the ability to copy selected messages directly from their inbox to cloud storage. Messages are stored in three components: 1) original .eml format; 2) message.pdf conversion; and 3) any attachments in original format. Cloud Storage services supported: Box, Google Drive, DropBox.

Posted by on 21 October 2014 | 11:00 pm

TransVault Insight

TransVault Insight helps you profile PST contents according to age, size, attachment type and many other criteria, generating detailed management reports that illustrate the risk and storage burden PST files represent to your company.

Posted by on 8 October 2014 | 11:00 pm

OST2

Free OST to PST Converter. Convert OST to PST, even if files are inaccessible. Using Enterprise Edition convert OST files which are linked or unlinked to Microsoft Outlook. Use OST2 to transfer data from Exchange to Microsoft Outlook, make your Exchange account emails, calendar, contacts and other items accessible through Outlook. To prevent Offline Storage .ost file's data loss, back up data as a PST file. Supports 2013 and older OST files.

Posted by on 1 October 2014 | 11:00 pm

Time Spent Outlook Add In

This Outlook add-in makes it possible to record the time spent by the user on processing mail or tasks, and can be exported as report.

Posted by on 30 September 2014 | 11:00 pm

Add2Exchange Enterprise Contacts with GAL Sync

Add2Exchange Enterprise Contacts with GAL Sync syncs Exchange global address list to users so they have a local copy of your corporate address book contacts and on smartphones and mobile devices. Global Address List synchronization allows you to treat the GAL as the 'source' public folder of a relationship to be synchronized one way with one or more users' mailbox folders. Supports small attached photos and Outlook fields which are not in the GAL. Sync 1-way, not bi-directional. Can sync Calendars, Tasks, Posts, Notes, and builds relationships with the Relationship Group Manager. 21 day trial.

Posted by on 29 September 2014 | 11:00 pm