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Announcement: HPC:Factor Today for Microsoft Outlook

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-11-03 5:22 PM
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HPC:Factor Today

Today, tomorrow, yesterday. If you keep a busy PIM it can be difficult to hold an overview over everything that is going on in your diary. Microsoft Outlook is a useful tool for this, but if you have ever used it, you will know that its PIM overview feature Outlook Today is tired and dated.

No more!

Now you can extend HPC:Factor into Outlook with our new HPC:Factor Today plug-in for Outlook. HPC:Factor Today replaces the standard Today page with a new, HPC:Factor inspired design, some improvements and new features!

  • New Outlook Today Interface

  • RSS Feed Support!

  • Bug fixes to the Microsoft Today screen application

  • Fast access to your most prevalent Task and Calendar events

  • Customisable overview of 'New E-Mail' Folders

  • One stop location for creating new Outlook Objects!

  • Updated Settings & Configuration screen

  • Available as an authorised plug-in to Outlook


HPC:Factor Today is available immediately for Outlook 2003 users. We have Outlook 2000 and XP versions ready also, but we are looking for a couple of testers just to ensure that we have ironed the bugs out of them before we make them publicly available. If you would like to participate in the test, please let us know.

HPC:Factor Today is free to download, and is being released under a commercial (but entirely optional) Donorware license.

More Info & Download: HPC:Factor Today
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torch Page Icon Posted 2006-11-03 5:36 PM
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Um, C:Amie, I can help test for Outlook 2000 if you want..
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-11-03 5:40 PM
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It isn't if I want Joseph, it's if you want...
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torch Page Icon Posted 2006-11-03 6:02 PM
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Jornada 660lx Page Icon Posted 2006-11-03 6:54 PM
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woohoo! thanks C:Amie, it loox great
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-11-04 7:13 AM
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Thanks

It's certainly an improvment over what was there before, in my opinion.

I trust that the RSS is working alright for you?
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2006-11-04 12:08 PM
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Good news! I've got the Outlook 2000 and significantly Outlook XP bugs ironed out.

You can now download them from the source page: http://www.hpcfactor.com/qlink/?linkID=157

The Outlook 2000 version includes a Outlook bug fix too - by downloading you're opting in to have that installed. Outlook Today doesn't work without it!

This is the first time I've been able to use my plug-in in Outlook XP, it has taken me along time to get it working under this version of Outlook.
If you were wondering, I have been personally using this plug-in since V2 RTM'd back in February. I never used to use Today before that time.
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HPC:Fan Page Icon Posted 2008-01-25 2:28 AM
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Anything like this available for Windows Mail? (The Vista version of outlook.)

I'd love to get in on this!
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2008-01-25 8:33 AM
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No, this is for Outlook only, not Outlook Express (rebaddged to WinMail) I am afraid
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HPC:Fan Page Icon Posted 2008-01-27 11:39 AM
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2008-01-27 11:41 AM
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Outlook Express does not have the API set required for it. Didn't you get full Outlook with your H/PC?
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theoak Page Icon Posted 2008-02-06 7:49 AM
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Sorry to take so long to respond, but I would also like to help test for Outlook 2000. Thanks!
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2008-02-06 11:00 AM
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theoak, see my post in here 2006-11-04 5:08 PM.
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theoak Page Icon Posted 2008-02-07 8:46 AM
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Didn't notice how old this thread was. Got it! Very nice improvement. Thanks C:Amie!!
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nicmalone Page Icon Posted 2008-05-24 1:08 PM
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I tried installing this twicebuteach timeget thefollowingmessageinstead ofthe today screen:

Unable to display the folder. Out of memory or system resources. Close some windows or programs and try again

Any ideas where I'm going wrong? I'm running Outlook 2002 SP3 on Windoze XP.
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