EssentialPIM Pro EssentialPIM Pro 8.11 for Windows

by Astonsoft Ltd.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (250 votes)

File Details

File Size 26.1 MB
License Shareware, $39.95
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 31,370
Publisher Astonsoft Ltd.
Homepage EssentialPIM
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

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.

Latest Reviews

uv_catastophe

uv_catastophe reviewed v3.12 on 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.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.51 on Apr 16, 2008

One of the best and most light PIMs I've seen, as I said below.

Love it

tp

tp reviewed v2.5 on 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.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2.5 on Apr 12, 2008

Rating the application for what it is for. It does the job it's designed for very well.

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v2.5 on Apr 11, 2008

WHY would anyone buy this when Thunderbird with Lightening addon will do EVRYTHING this does, AND email. Jeebus people are stupid.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.5 on Apr 11, 2008

I personally think this is an excellent program. Best of its kind.

Those who say it's bad simply did not check it out.

One point tho: it is EXTREMELLY overpriced and it's getting more and more so...

Metshrine

Metshrine reviewed v2.01 on Jul 20, 2007

As I said before, terrible support coupled with a lack of functionality found in common PIM's leads me to rate this a 2/5.

Metshrine

Metshrine reviewed v2.0 on Jul 5, 2007

This program, while OK in functionality, lacks in support. The developer takes over a week to respond to a basic inquiry be it web based, forum based, or email based. The program lacks many commonalities found in other PIM's at the same price range and lacks the "Polish" I am used to in my applications. 2/5. +1 for program functionality, -3 for support.

Diam0nd, The fact that you claim Do-Org is an "All-but-windows-included tools" app shows you have never used it. It is modular and can have as much or as little functionality as you require. Your "response" seems based on what I TOLD YOU do-org was and not your own experiences.

Blaxima

Blaxima reviewed v2.0 on Jun 27, 2007

This has always been a 5 BUT when I load an old database it converts it with no troubles until I restart the program. The boxes for the tasks are there but no text and when I click them it has no info on the task. A mistake like that shouldn't be in an alpha version let alone a "finished" one.

Works fine databases it creates but no dice on my old ones, thanks alot

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0 on Jun 26, 2007

Well, here is is, v2 final. I guess a lot of people been waiting for this, at least I have been. A lot of work and beta testing has been put into this and I really do think that result is an amazing PIM application.
For those who think I'm in some way associated with EPIM are wrong, I just love the product.
I must say that Outlook is great by itself, especially the 2007 one, BUT try to install it on a pen-drive to carry with you... ;P

Avg. Rating 4.0 (250 votes)
Your Rating
uv_catastophe

uv_catastophe reviewed v3.12 on 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.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.51 on Apr 16, 2008

One of the best and most light PIMs I've seen, as I said below.

Love it

tp

tp reviewed v2.5 on 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.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2.5 on Apr 12, 2008

Rating the application for what it is for. It does the job it's designed for very well.

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v2.5 on Apr 11, 2008

WHY would anyone buy this when Thunderbird with Lightening addon will do EVRYTHING this does, AND email. Jeebus people are stupid.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.5 on Apr 11, 2008

I personally think this is an excellent program. Best of its kind.

Those who say it's bad simply did not check it out.

One point tho: it is EXTREMELLY overpriced and it's getting more and more so...

Metshrine

Metshrine reviewed v2.01 on Jul 20, 2007

As I said before, terrible support coupled with a lack of functionality found in common PIM's leads me to rate this a 2/5.

Metshrine

Metshrine reviewed v2.0 on Jul 5, 2007

This program, while OK in functionality, lacks in support. The developer takes over a week to respond to a basic inquiry be it web based, forum based, or email based. The program lacks many commonalities found in other PIM's at the same price range and lacks the "Polish" I am used to in my applications. 2/5. +1 for program functionality, -3 for support.

Diam0nd, The fact that you claim Do-Org is an "All-but-windows-included tools" app shows you have never used it. It is modular and can have as much or as little functionality as you require. Your "response" seems based on what I TOLD YOU do-org was and not your own experiences.

Blaxima

Blaxima reviewed v2.0 on Jun 27, 2007

This has always been a 5 BUT when I load an old database it converts it with no troubles until I restart the program. The boxes for the tasks are there but no text and when I click them it has no info on the task. A mistake like that shouldn't be in an alpha version let alone a "finished" one.

Works fine databases it creates but no dice on my old ones, thanks alot

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0 on Jun 26, 2007

Well, here is is, v2 final. I guess a lot of people been waiting for this, at least I have been. A lot of work and beta testing has been put into this and I really do think that result is an amazing PIM application.
For those who think I'm in some way associated with EPIM are wrong, I just love the product.
I must say that Outlook is great by itself, especially the 2007 one, BUT try to install it on a pen-drive to carry with you... ;P

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0 RC3 on Jun 21, 2007

EPIM is cheap? Hmmm, OK, I aint gon be argueing. Seems mad expensive to me though.

do-Organiser is crap, imho. It's one of those everything-except-for-windows-included tools. Well, all power to you man.

Metshrine

Metshrine reviewed v2.0 RC3 on Jun 21, 2007

EPim is good for people who need a quick cheap program. I prefer Do-Organizer which, while a tad more expensive, is far more functional and offers so much more in terms of a PIM. You can truely make it your End-All, Be-All PIM.

I registered on the EPim forums and attempted to get tech support for their product and betas, however, it took well over a week to get any sort of response to my posts. This, to me, is unacceptable. The program itself is fine, however, the support is terrible.

And Diam0nd, since I know you are going to reply directly to this as you cant stand someone who bad mouths your favorite product, please remember I am not requiring you to agree with my opinion. This is my personal experience and my personal opinion. I dont expect you to agree.

tp

tp reviewed v2.0 RC3 on Jun 21, 2007

epim is great software and always improving

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0 RC2 on May 21, 2007

chrisvi: FTFM.

Best PIM around, imho. And yes, v2 kicks ass.

chrisvi

chrisvi reviewed v2.0 RC1 on Apr 30, 2007

Its looks great.
This is a hugh stap forward.
Only how wil the database working on a network

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