Records and replays voice messages. Also converts speech into written text. Stores voice messages in a compressed format such that 4 minutes of speech takes up around 500KB, according to the manufacturer. Also available as a gadget.
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.
Searches for file attachments in all the messages saved in Outlook and displays them in an easy-to-read list. Enables you to open, save and delete the files and export the list in XML, HTML, TXT or CSV formats.
Manages frequently required text blocks, including their formatting and embedded images, and organises them into categories so they can be inserted into any Windows application. Can also automatically expand abbreviations and correct spelling errors as you type. Text templates can be retrieved either by key combinations, auto text or from a selection menu.
Outlook add-in with intelligent filter functions and a tagging system designed to reduce the time and effort involved in sorting emails and storing attachments manually. Fast and secure download from The H
Checks POP3 and IMAP4 mailboxes with SSL support. Configurable notification of new email and deletion of unwanted emails directly from the server. Manufacturer's web site is German only but the software is available in English. Fast and secure download from The H
Converts VCF files (vCards) into XLS format and vice versa to enable contact management in Microsoft Excel and to transfer addresses to your mobile phone or email address books. Supports the use of special characters (UTF-8 and ISO-8859-1) and can be run from the command line or GUI. Web site is in German, but software is English. Fast and secure download from The H
Extends the Print menu under Thunderbird by adding useful options for improving the layout of email printouts. For example, displays the contents of the attachment directly in the header line under the recipients, prints emails without the images they contain, or adds a framework around the header line.