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  • Submitted: Nov 17 2007 07:38 PM
  • Last Updated: Aug 25 2012 10:46 AM
  • File Size: 14.02MB
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  • Downloads: 230
  • Will Run On: XP/Vista/7 (32/64-Bit)
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EssentialPIM 5.03

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Publishers Description
This absolutely free personal information manager can store, manage and encrypt data: day/week/month/year calendar views, to do lists for keeping all your tasks up-to-date, notes (pictures, tables, any formatted text), email messages, password entries and contacts. Offers AES 256-bit encryption, MS Outlook import/export, search capabilities, versatile print features, and adjustable contacts storage with unlimited fields.

Features
  • Tools to satisfy your calendar, contact management, to do list and notes needs.
  • Simple printout of any or all modules and quick export of your data into the most useful formats (iCal, vCard, HTML).
  • Strong data protection using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm.
  • Intuitive interface in many languages including German, Italian, French and Spanish.
  • Mail module
  • Mass Mail is now renamed to "Newsletter" and works with built in mailer
  • Tabs in To Do module
  • New Print reports for paper organizers- for Classic and A5 sizes- for most printouts
  • To Do now color-codes tasks according to selected category
  • You can "switch off"/hide modules
  • Time selection component in Schedule and To Do
  • New columns in To Do and Schedule table views: "Created", "Completed"
  • Search bar in Schedule (all views)

What's New in Version 5.03 (See full changelog)

  • Added: Automatic text color inversion for dark categories
  • Improved: The way categories are being shown (due to popular demand)
  • Improved: Android and iOS synchronizations
  • Fixed: Error restoring EssentialPIM from the notification area (system tray)
  • Fixed: Some inconsistencies in synchronization with Toodledo service
  • Fixed: All other issues and omissions since last version




Scanned & Checked: Aug 25 2012 10:46 AM

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I've used the free edition for a number of years. I use it primarily for keeping notes. I use both the install version and portable, so I can have it at home and office. I write study guides in nursing/medical fields. I have two files for instance that are 28M and 54Mb (obviously a lot of writing). I have found it to be faithful and never mess up. There was one update a year or so ago that changed the file system (maybe a different date base?), and I could not open a file. I contacted them and a fix was done quickly. I also use the calendar but nothing else. It has been a very dependable and easy to use PIM. I highly recommend it.



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