InboxRULES for Outlook 2.79

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InboxRULES for Outlook (InboxRULES CE) can help you to save and print messages, extract data from messages immediately when message arrives to MS Outlook account or MS Exchange Server mailbox. InboxRULES CE is an add-in for MS Outlook.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
David Damp
Price:
$84.95
File size:
26.41 Mb
Date added:
July 1, 2013
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Description from the Publisher
InboxRULES for Outlook (InboxRULES CE) can help you to save and print messages, extract data from messages immediately when message arrives to MS Exchange Server mailbox or MS Outlook. Modular system consists from client side engine for MS Outlook, actions and restrictions. Apart of our actions and restrictions it's possible to create custom ones. We also offer client side engine for MS Outlook Rules and server side engine for MS Exchange Server.
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