More Reply To All Troubles…

Over at Roger Matus’ Death By Email blog, he reports that Reply To All is undergoing another draconian suppression. This time instead of it being at the State Department it’s something much more closer to home: Nielson. It turns out that Nielson has turned off the Reply To All button, suggesting that they can save […]

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VCard Limitations

The common standard for moving contacts from computer to computer, or even application to application, has been the VCard.  A Vcard consists of lines of text containing data field with attributes and the value of that field.  These lines make up the properties of a specific contact.  Vcard’s are stored as VCF files.  Most vcard […]

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Email Overload

One of the areas that interests me as a developer of tools that attempt to increase productivity are other blogs from individuals and companies doing the same.Deva Hazarika, CEO of ClearContext, wrote a blog about a new organization forming to help deal with the onslaught of email. This new organization, the Information Overload Research Group […]

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Trusting Outlook Add-ins

Microsoft Outlook has some security built in to help prevent external applications from accessing its internal data.  This data consists of your contacts, email addresses on emails, and others.  This is meant to help prevent a virus from harvesting information to then spread itself to other potential victims.  Where does leave the legit companies that […]

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