ACT-To-Outlook Professional - 2007 9.1Convert your ACT! database into Outlook, including Notes, History, Attachments
Convert your ACT! database into Outlook, including Notes, History, Attachments and User Defined Fields to Outlook. In addition, convert multiple users into multiple Outlook folders for easy placement of Calls, Todo's and Meetings.
Fully compatible with Outlook 2000, 2002 and 2003 and ACT! version 2007. Compatible versions for ACT! 2000, 6.0 and 2005/2006 are available at the act-to-outlook.com website.
ACT! groups and subgroups are converted to Outlook categories for compatability. Full support of local and global, MS-Exchange Outlook folders. Multiple user support allows the software to tag user conversions with the proper ownership. Also, contact tagging eliminates creation of duplicate contacts when moving folders from a local file to an exchange server. Extensive local and online documentation makes this product ideal for novice as well as for advanced users.
- Windows 2000
- Windows 2003
- Windows XP
- Windows XP/Pro
- Windows Vista
Microsoft Outlook 2000
Microsoft Outlook 2003
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