When Elena reviewed EssentialPIM, her only complaint was that some of the best tools were only available in the Pro version. I think that gives you a pretty good idea of what I'm going to say about it, right?
EssentialPIM Pro is a really great program. Similar to Outlook in style and functioning, it's a clean, flexible tool that allows you to document, record and plan practically every element of your professional or personal day. You can get an overview of your schedule in EPIM Today, or examine and modify each particular area under the Schedule, To Do, Notes, Contacts, Mail and Trash categories. One of the great things about EssentialPIM Pro is that it is so intuitive. Want to add a new sub-note? Just click on sub-note and the blank note will appear. Want to email a colleague? Double-click their email address and a new email pops up.
It's not just ease-of-use that makes EssentialPIM Pro such a delight. It has loads of useful functions that help make it one of the best personal information managers around. You can import and export information, sync with a variety of programs and devices, protect your information with a password, automatically create back-ups and manage your database. Add this to the fact that EssentialPIM Pro is fully customizable, comes in a wide range of languages and has rich-text editing, and I think you'll agree that EssentialPIM is a very impressive piece of software.
EssentialPIM Pro has to be one of the best PIMs out there.
- Added: "Hide completed" right click option for To Dos in EPIM Today Added: "Save as Appointment" right click option for To Dos shown in To Do bar in Schedule Improved: Check spelling speed in email messages Improved: Some interface changes for large fonts in Windows (120 DPI) Various bugfixes
EssentialPIM supports the following formats
Maintenance release for the EssentialPIM 3.7x series that focuses on improving overall stability of the application. Many email and to do related issues were fixed, some of which are Japanese and Chinese localized Windows versions related.