Manek Dubash

Manek Dubash is an analyst and journalist with over 30 years experience. Focused on business technology, he observes and comments on enterprise infrastructure issues for a range of industry-influential websites including The Register, ZDNet UK, Computer Weekly and CloudPro, and produces reports for research firm STL Partners.

Manek's views are his alone and do not necessarily represent those of Microsoft.

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NEO Pro 3.0

NEO Pro 3.0

NEO (Nelson Email Organizer) Pro 3.0 makes Microsoft's ubiquitous email client, <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/software/productivity/0,39024195,39159066,00.htm">Outlook</a>, work the way you wish it did but without altering your message base. It's not intended to replace Outlook, but instead to offer more flexible views of your emails. Acting as a plug-in to Outlook, you can invoke it from an icon the taskbar, or allow it to start with Outlook. It works on the client side only, which makes it compatible with Exchange, although you do have to ensure that you keep the local store synchronised with the central server if NEO Pro is to work properly.

July 13, 2004 by in Developer

NEO Pro 3.0

NEO Pro 3.0

Powerful and easy to use, NEO Pro 3.0 includes many of the features you probably wish Outlook had, such as fast and easy searching, views across folders and filtering. If you get lots of email, you'll soon find it indispensable.

July 13, 2004 by in Developer

Public ShareFolder

Public ShareFolder

Public ShareFolder solves a long-standing problem: how to share Microsoft Outlook data on a network without going to the expense of installing Exchange. The price does escalate as the number of users rises, but Public ShareFolder works well for installations of 25 users or fewer.

June 6, 2003 by in Developer