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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 4:21 am 
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Congrations DS Development!

PC Magazine have awarded you four and half stars for B&W.

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Bells & Whistles for Outlook 2.5

Low-priced, high-powered Bells & Whistles for Outlook 2.5 ($19.95) shares many features with YouPerform, including warnings for missing attachments and Replies to All. The program also includes some unique conveniences, such as message templates and an exclusive e-mail tracking features.
(DS Development, http://www.emailaddressmanager.com. )


I'm just wondering, when is the next update due? We haven't seen one in over a year and there was lots of discussion about new features last March/April.

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Hi Greg,

Thanks a lot for your post.

We know we're *very late* with the new B&W version, but I can tell you we are very close to the beta testing stage of B&W v3. It will include many new features, a live update tool and a redesigned interface so you can group B&W functions per Outlook profile or email account. We will post the beta version announcement on this forum, so anyone can give it a try.

Also, next week we will release a brand new product, called Auto Reply Manager for Outlook. This product will let users define rules based on which Outlook will send auto email replies or forwards on user's behalf.

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Bogdan



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That's great news, Bogdan. I'm looking forward to the beta release as there were a number of very good suggestions made when it discussed it last year.

The URL for the PC Mag article is http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1936191,00.asp. Either click on Next, or use the Table of Contents on the right hand side.

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