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 Post subject: EssentialPIM - personal information manager
PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2006 4:09 am 
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[Moderator note: this is the primary EssentialPIM program thread. View database entry]

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Hi,

Please visit http://www.tranglos.com to download PhoneDeck (address book manager), Oubliette (password manager) or KeyNote (tree-based PIM). There are some other very nice freeware programs there too!

Note: All three downloads come only in installer versions. Install as normal, copy the application directory and then uninstall. No registry entries are created; all settings etc are maintained in ini files in their own app folders.

All three are brilliantly conceived apps, and although no longer being actively developed, have a tremendous fan following in the freeware world :D

Enjoy!

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Thanks! I have posted them to the database.


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I whole-heartedly second these recommendations btw... I've been using KeyNote for a long time now and have yet to find an application that even comes close, both in terms of features and usability.

I also used to use PhoneDeck for some time and is certainly one of the best customizable address books out there. However, I have to admit that I have since turned to EssentialPIM, now that this is no longer being developed.

KeyNote still rules though as far as hierarchically structured note-taking goes! (this is one thing that isn't so great in EssentialPIM; more adequate than great)


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I just wanted to note that EPIM 2.x Note-taking features are much more extensive now than year ago. We actually now can even import KeyNote files along with the structure.

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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:25 am 
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Hi,

Please visit http://addressbook.gassoftwares.com and download Free Address Book!


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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:17 am 
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I think the post about Address Book was supposed to be its own submission. But anyway, its over on CNET.

In terms of features, it doesn't appear to have any of our other entries beat, but obviously that doesn't prevent it from being added.

According to the main developer site (gassoftwares.com), it requires .net 2.0, but CNET and the page user sati posted don't mention anything about it. Confusing.

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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 3:48 am 
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Old topic update: just some updated info and a list of the many EssentialPIM related topics...

    [EssentialPIM is a] Personal Information Manager that lets you manage appointments, tasks, notes, contacts, password entries and email messages across multiple devices and cloud applications. Works and syncs with Android, iOS, Outlook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud...

The version comparison matrix is at http://www.essentialpim.com/pc-version/pro-vs-free, and the latest EssentialPIM (v5.82) can be downloaded from http://www.essentialpim.com/get-epim.

Related forum topics:


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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:34 am 
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Midas wrote:
Related forum topics

I just consolidated all the update forum posts ... I can't see any need for 13 different topics on program iterations.

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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:58 am 
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Thanks for posting about EssentialPIM, Midas.

I've been looking for an app that syncs notes, tasks and calendar to Android. The free version does this, but the Pro version allows you to sync to Google and Outlook, which is nice if you use multiple computers. (EssentialPIM's email functionality is only supported in desktop.)

I've been thinking about using OneNote, but that doesn't have a calendar or a todo list. Any other recommendations?

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 Post subject: Re: EssentialPIM
PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:15 am 
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webfork wrote:
I just consolidated all the update forum posts ... I can't see any need for 13 different topics on program iterations.

    Can we then change OP subject to EssentialPIM so this becomes the official forum topic? (Forgot to ask...) :)


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 Post subject: Re: Portable address book, password manager and PIM
PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 1:29 pm 
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freakazoid wrote:
I've been thinking about using OneNote, but that doesn't have a calendar or a todo list. Any other recommendations?

You can build in todolists pretty easy and there's a calendar plugin (haven't tested)
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-too ... ndar.shtml

I personally won't use OneNote. I know some folks who absolutely love that program but to me it's more of Microsoft's crap formatting that I've spent so much time trying to get away from. That said, I spend a several hours a month wrestling with outstanding, unfixed Outlook (like putting a red circle on top of an image) and Word (indentation and bullets frequently go insane) so your milage may vary.

I'd probably go toward Zimbra or eM Client, but the search continues for me. All I've been able to use is Thunderbird+lightning and sort of sync them with Google Calendar. Because of more than one bug, I've got it disabled for now and haven't had a chance to come back to it.

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 Post subject: Re: EssentialPIM - personal information manager
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EssentialPIM is v6.53 (2015-07-13)

Changelog:

- Added: Readiness for Windows 10
- Improved: Speed and responsiveness when working with threads in Mail
- Fixed: Synchronization of deleted items with Google Calendar
- Fixed: Quick search in Notes
- Fixed: Issue with saving mail as draft
- Fixed: Text drag and drop in Notes
- Fixed: Problem with Mail preview window on systems with DPI set over 100%
- Fixed: Couple of iCloud sync errors
- Fixed: Chinese encoding related issues in Mail
- Fixed: All other bugs found since last version

But: Download still gives you only v6.52 :!: ... I'll check that again later.


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 Post subject: Re: EssentialPIM - personal information manager
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Checker wrote:
... I'll check that again later.
A word is a word ... I came, I checked again, I updated :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: EssentialPIM - personal information manager
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@joby: nice GIF, but for Pro version


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 Post subject: Re: EssentialPIM - personal information manager
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billon wrote:
@joby: nice GIF, but for Pro version

Thanks, updated with the non-Pro version.

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