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Share Outlook categories on LAN and Internet. CodeTwo CatMan 3.2 Share Outlook categories with others. CodeTwo CatMan is used to deploy identical categories on multiple workstations with MS Outlook eliminating the need to finger-type data on each machine. The categories are entered on just one computer and saved to a txt file to be placed on LAN disk or Web server. Users using Outlook with CodeTwo CatMan add-on may populate these categories in their mail clients. Works with Outlook 2010 64-bit as well.




Share your Outlook data on the net CodeTwo Public Folders Turn your Outlook into a real workgroup software. Use CodeTwo Public Folders to easily share in real-time your contacts, e-mails, tasks, calendars, etc. It is a cost-efficient alternative to Exchange Server. CodeTwo Public Folders lets you share your personal folders and create public folders in Outlook, where many users can publish and share their data in the network and work on them simultaneously.




Advanced exporting from Outlook to CSV files CodeTwo Outlook Export 1.2.6 CodeTwo Outlook Export is an easy-to-use free tool for quick and advanced export of data from Microsoft Outlook to CSV text files. The program allows exporting much more data than offered by the built-in export feature in Outlook, allowing the export of non-standard user-defined fields from Outlook and is quicker and easier to use. Data can be exported from folders of all types, such as: Contacts, Calendar, E-mail, Post, Tasks, Journal, Notes.

Exactly what I was looking for. Great piece of software!

Worked perfectly - thank you!

Recent MS update meant exporting lists from Outlook 2003 wasn\'t exporting the \"On behalf of\" information. CodeTwo solved this for us, very useful and flexible bit of software.

Opinion This works great, exactly as advertised! I actually heard about it from a post that someone had online that was reviewing an Outlook to Database product, which was not what I needed. I looked for a product like yours when I started my business in 2008, but never found one. I\'ve customized Outlook Calendar forms quite a bit and could not for the life of me find a way to export the new fields. VBA was my next stop, but you saved me the trouble. As far as product suggestions go, I\'d love you to add some filtering logic ...

Worked exactly as described. UI could be improved by having it automatically detect custom fields without having to type them in manually, but other than that, great tool.

I did download Code Two but I havn't used it - it is no good to me without an import function.Can the tool be used to import contacts from excel to outlook ?Regardspaul



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