EssentialPIM handles all your scheduling, contacts, to do lists, and notes with easy-to-use, intuitive tools.
EssentialPIM Pro is the advanced version of Personal Information Manager that will handle all your calendaring, contact, to do, and notes needs in an easy- to- use, manageable form. Ever dreamed of an easy- to- use, but powerful interface? Try EssentialPIM. All data can be easily imported or exported or even synchronized to Outlook, iPOD, Palm, Windows for Mobile, Google Calendar, TreePad. Formats supported: HTML, RTF, CSV, TXT, vCard, iCal.
Yes - 30 day timeout
- Added: EssentialPIM counterpart for Android! It provides synchronization between Windows and Android EPIM over Wi-Fi, as well as additional modules. Following data is synchronized: Calendar, Contacts, To Dos, Notes and Passwords (first 2 with internal And
- Added: EssentialPIM counterpart for iPhone/iPad! It provides synchronization between Windows and iOS EPIM over Wi-Fi, as well as additional modules. Following data is synchronized: Calendar, Contacts, To Dos and Passwords (first 2 with internal iOS apps).
- Added: Most windows are independent now from the main program window (you can open several dialogs)
- Added: Templates for to dos and appointments*
- Added: Ability to mark email messages with stars
- Added: Support for multiple SMTP servers
- Added: Ability to set up an unlimited number of identities in Mail
- Added: One-way synchronization with Outlook (in addition to already existing two-way sync)*
- Added: Option to either remove or leave items during one-way synchronization with Outlook, Google, CalDAV and other online services*
- Added: Letters bar in Contacts
- Improved: Unified status icons
Reviewing 3.12 (Oct 26, 2009)
Thunderbird+Lighting is nice but it doesn't do everything EssentialPIM does. For one, Mozilla doesn't offer a year-at-a-glance calendar... In fact, I don't think anyone else but Essential does that and I've some to like it so much that it's become by default view for planning. Life doesn't happen in one-month buckets.
Reviewing 2.51 (Apr 16, 2008)
One of the best and most light PIMs I've seen, as I said below.
Reviewing 2.5 (Apr 14, 2008)
epim is a great app and continues to improve. I've had nothing but positive experiences and benefits from years of usage and always using the latest betas.
Reviewing 2.5 (Apr 12, 2008)
Rating the application for what it is for. It does the job it's designed for very well.
Reviewing 2.5 (Apr 11, 2008)
WHY would anyone buy this when Thunderbird with Lightening addon will do EVRYTHING this does, AND email. Jeebus people are stupid.
No comments yet