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Giveaway of the Day - MissingLink Project Management

MissingLink

August 13, 2009
This giveaway is not available any more.

MissingLink Project Management is the easiest project management solution for Microsoft Outlook. You can manage all of your tasks, appointments, contacts, emails and files in one central location all from within Outlook. Easily setup and manage a hierarchical listing of all of your projects right from within Outlook. Evolve Microsoft Outlook beyond a simple email client into a full featured project management tool.

Features:

  • Use MissingLink Project Managementto unite all of the files, contacts, email messages, and attachments related to a specific project in a single place.
  • Search for critical email messages on a project-by-project basis.
  • Enjoy a complete revision history of every attachment, with the ability to retrieve prior versions.
  • Pick and choose what information to retain and what to delete when a project is concluded.
  • Archive old project information in a flexible, searchable database system.
User Rating: Rate It! 36 comments
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista; Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007; Microsoft .Net Framework version 2.0
Publisher: Moore Software Solutions Inc.
Homepage: http://www.missinglinkprojectc...
File Size: 5.61 MB
Price: $49

This software was available as a giveaway on August 13, 2009, this giveaway is not available any more.

You can download the trial version of this software at http://www.missinglinkprojectc....

Terms and conditions

Please note that the software you download and install during the Giveaway period comes with the following important limitations: 1) No free technical support; 2) No free upgrades to future versions; 3) Strictly personal usage.

THIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITATION, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW, END USER ASSUMES THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE DOWNLOADED SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

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  1. The Good
    * Acts like a plugin for Outlook making it a easier, in theory, to import/use contacts and e-mails you have already inputted into Outlook.
    * Integrates with Outlook so when you create a task, appointment, etc. you can add it to MLPM also.
    * Allows you to create unlimited projects and projects within projects.
    * Has a built in search tool allowing you to search your projects for specific things.
    * Has a feature allowing you to choose what “state” the project is in (green, yellow, red being the symbolic colors).

    The Bad
    * You must have Outlook to use.
    * Poorly programmed.
    * Not fully integrated into Outlook.
    * The method to add in already created contacts, tasks, appointments, e-mails, etc. is rather annoying at times.
    * No option to set the start and end times for projects.
    * No “normal” importance/priority option.
    * No MissingLink toolbar for “Notes” or “Journal”.
    * No real way to “share” the project progress/information with other project members (no sync like feature).

    For final verdict, full review, and recommendations please click here.

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  2. I would have thought this would be just what so many of you were looking for. Just think all the work you can get done in one place.
    It does as it sais it does so grab it and just think you saved about fifty bucks. Better get it while you can.

    Comment by Ken — August 13th, 2009 at 4:19 am
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  3. The idea is great: I like being able to centralise all in one location.

    Unfortunately, there seems to be a bug in the appointments view, so that it shows the week of March 2. This makes the appointments list basically useless.
    As you cannot configure the project details pane either, you are stuck wih a calendar that doesn’t work. Which means I still need to keep my Outlook to do bar open for my weekly planning – a waste of space.

    If anyone knows of a way to ensure the appointments list shows today/this work week, I might actually keep using the tool…

    Comment by Tree — August 13th, 2009 at 4:20 am
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