Quit the server-client architecture and focus on peer-2-peer

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Quit the server-client architecture and focus on peer-2-peer

Post by Guest » Thu Sep 29, 2005 11:10 pm

I believe that this kind of architecture would make your tool the killer app in the field of Outlook "synchers" :)

The ability to sync a whole network of computers would be very welcome in the business world, as well in homes with more than 2 computers (thus allowing the roaming of outlook profiles around the house, the accounts being acessible to the whole household in any pc).

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Re: Quit the server-client architecture and focus on peer-2-peer

Post by rahuljohn » Sat Feb 28, 2015 7:02 am

currently work with outlook 2003 but it is an e-mail client which has several disavantage for me : I do all my work with epimm,in fact, notes, contacts, and todos are available init and replace very avantageously outlook.
The best thing I will regret if I give up outlook is the ability with EZDR to remove duplicates, a functionalityy most current e-mail clients don't have.
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Re: Quit the server-client architecture and focus on peer-2-peer

Post by admin » Sat Feb 28, 2015 1:22 pm

JFYI - we offer similar dupe removal app for EssentialPIM, as well.

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