Sperry Software’s Schedule Recurring Email Add-In for Outlook is being released out of beta. The tool emails people on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. This new version has support for sending from a different “From” account, support for sending future emails on random scheduled dates, and has a simple backup/restore capability for moving the […]
Add Email Address has been released out of beta! It automatically puts people you reply to in you Contacts folder. It can also scan your Inbox or other Outlook folders to catch you up quickly. See http://www.SperrySoftware.com/Outlook/add-email-address.asp for more information, including how to download a trial.
Sperry Software’s Attachment Save Add-In for Outlook was released out of beta this week. It saves emails and/or attachments to your Windows folders, either all at once (in a batch) or as they arrive. It also now has support for Outlook 2010, both 32-bit and 64-bit.
Auto Print Add-In for Outlook is now out of beta. In addition to support for Outlook 2010 (both 32-bit and 64-bit), it also now has the ability to print the attachments to any printer, not just the default one. In addition, Email Reminders is now out of beta and it works in Outlook 2010 32-bit […]
We’re happy to announce that Attachment Forget-Me-Not (which reminds you of missing attachments when you go to send an email) is being taken out of beta today. In addition Hide Fax Numbers is also being taken out of beta. This add-in prevents fax number entries from showing up when you go to click the “To” […]
Incoming Mail Organizer 4.0 is now in beta for Outlook 2010 (both 32-bit and 64-bit). It has a new feature that puts up a “Close And File” button into the ribbon that when pressed, will cause the email to close and the add-in will ask you where to file the email. You can find more […]
We’ve begun releasing Outlook 2010 64-bit versions of the add-ins. The add-ins are located on the Downloads page along with the 32-bit versions for Outlook 2010 and the older versions. That said, I suddenly have a craving for everything 64-bit…it’s so fast. I mean, I’ve been using 64-bit versions of Windows 7 for about a […]