Outlook add-in for exporting emails, contacts, calendar entries, tasks and notes in a range of formats including MSG, Unicode MSG, RTF, TXT, CSV, ICS, HTML and XML. Not only exports individual elements but also entire directories with sub-directories. You can also filter the data by date.
DNS server for use with any Windows platform that can function as a primary DNS server for its own domains. Supports direct real-time editing in the different zones, as well as zone transfers to other servers to increase security. A zone is the area of the domain tree responsible for a name server and which also recognises the official data.
VoIP client for Symbian smartphones. Supports Google Talk, MSN Messenger and SIP VoIP services. Data can be transferred and downloaded via GPRS or UMTS. Download requires you to input personal data. Different version numbers used for different systems.
Command-line tools for working with Outlook files under Linux. Ispst lists contents of PST files, Readpst converts them to the mbox format, Pst2ldif extracts contacts to LDIF format, and Pst2dii extracts emails to the DII format. Outlook.pst formats PST files.
Manages documents and allows them to be shared over a network. Includes a Wiki, a calendar, a forum, news and functions for extracting and indexing text in DOC, PDF and XLS files. Requires MySQL and Apache.
Extracts data from email attachments in Microsoft Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) or in a WINMAIL.DAT file. When starting the program, the file needs to be added to the command line or linked with Fentun.