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Posted by Vadim Katcherovski on Mar 01, 2012 in New releases/features | 5 Comments

Outlook 2007/2010 add-in for Easy Projects

We're very happy to announce the release of MS Outlook 2007/2010 add-in for Easy Projects.
This allows you to interact with Easy Projects without leaving Outlook. It's perfect for tracking projects, checking tasks, quick updates and attaching files.


This great tool allows your team to:

  • View their assignments;
  • Update status and progress;
  • Synchronize calendar and contacts;
  • Attach files to projects & activities;
  • And much more...

“The EP Outlook Add-In is a brilliant addition to the Easy Projects platform. This has GREATLY REDUCED the time it takes us to enter tasks as we can now convert an email to a task with attachments and all. From one software developer to another this is a very well developed module and your support has been top notch. We recommend this Add-In to all EP users.”

Isaac Amor – CEO
Amortech Inc

There are some really cool features that we’re really excited about...

Convert E-mail to Activity

The add-in will allow you to take any email in your mailbox and with just a few clicks convert it into a new task transferring over all attachments.
Convert email into an activity

Real-time Collaboration via Messenger

Using the Messenger functionality you can chat with other team members in real time and the entire communication history will be saved in a task or a project.

There are two editions available: Free and PRO ($3 per user / month).

The Free edition will give you read-only access to your assignments, calendar events and contacts. The PRO edition will also allow you to create new and update existing activities.

You can download the add-in at the creators’ website:

There you’ll also find Getting started guides, video tutorials and additional help.


Written by Vadim Katcherovski

Vadim Katcherovski is the CEO of Logic Software Inc. based in Toronto, Canada. He has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and has managed dozens of software development projects.

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