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ReplyButler soon with case-numbers

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

ReplyButler, our tool for boilerplate texts in Outlook makes another step towards helpdesk solutions. The next release will be able to add unique case numbers (to the subject of the e-mails).

More info here about ReplyButler, boilerplate texts and Outlook.

Preview: Text module search for ReplyButler

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

Yet another Preview for ReplyButler? Yes, the next release is going to include some big changes.

ReplyButler already includes an automatic search feature in the “Context” menu, that automatically choose text modules that might match the current e-mail. The new release will contain an explicit search menu. Call it from here:

And it looks like this:

Text module search

Pretty straightforward. Enter one or more search terms and you’ll get a list of text modules that matches them in conditions, headline or text.

It’s not published yet, but you can try the current version (with the context-menu) here: Homepage ReplyButler.

Preview: Hotkeys and boilerplates

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

Next release of our text module software will include a nifty new feature, requested by several customers. Hotkeys will be added to the next release of ReplyButler. They’ll not only allow you to call specialized dialogs like the options, the context or the addressing menu. (As it can be seen in the screenshot.)

But they’ll also be available as shortcut to any boilerplate or boilerplate folder that you have in your text collection and that you often use to answer your support e-mails. If you don’t insert a text in the text module dialog, you can still use the shortcut to change the subject line to a predefined subject or add attachments to the e-mail.

If you already want to give the current version a try have a look at the replybutler page.

Preview: New file synchronization Wizard

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

The next release of Easy2Sync for Files will feature a new Wizard to make setting up a new task much easier.

Here’s a small appetizer of how it will look like:

File Sync

The new version will be released soon, if you don’t want to wait with your file synch projects, you can try the Freeware Edition of the current version right now: Easy2Sync for Files.

Preview/ReplyButler: New text module icons

Monday, November 26th, 2007

Text modules can be assigned icons in ReplyButler. This helps you organize (and recognize) your canned texts. And here’s a glimpse on how that will look like in the next release:

Text module icons

Quite a lot eh? We’ve added quite a few and reorganized the old icons into some new groups. So, if you want to send a customer a compressed document and have a text module explaining how to handle such a file, simply assign the matching icon (in the topright corner) to that text and it will be easier for you to find it again.

Click here to have a look at the current version of our text module software ReplyButler.

Preview: New task type to copy your Outlook data

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

In the next release, Easy2Sync for Outlook will contain 2 new task types. Can’t give you the details yet 😉 but the new types are variations of the classic “copy” type. Here’s how it will look like:

Copy e-mails

If you want, you can try the copy task type in the Freeware Edition right now.

Preview: Easy2Sync for Files

Monday, July 23rd, 2007

The changes in the recent versions have mostly been details. In the next release, Easy2Sync will contain some bigger changes. One is the new request dialog which will display the facts clearer.

And nicer. 🙂
Synchronize files

The new version isn’t available online yet, but if want to synchronize your files, please try the current version.

Second revision

Friday, May 11th, 2007

Another update for the tray icon:

Tray icon

Work in progress

Tuesday, May 8th, 2007

Not much is posted here, as we’re quite busy with a new application. Can’t tell much yet, but it involves the system tray.

Here’s a design for the icon (first version):

Tray icon