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ReliefJet Essentials for Outlook 3.7

ReliefJet Essentials for Outlook is a straightforward tool that consists of a large set of useful and easy-to-use tools for every Microsoft Outlook user. The product seamlessly integrates with Outlook and includes Outlook add-in, standalone and Windows command line applications. Utilities can be run in manual and automatic modes as well as on a scheduled basis.

This major update adds new features and utilities and enhances the existing utilities by adding new options and improving performance.

New features:
- Tag-based navigation:
It is possible now to filter the list of utilities by using tag cloud in the right side of the Utility Manager.
- Support for Exchange online mode in Professional Edition:
You can now specify OnlineMode=True option in the command line. This will force the product to connect to your Exchange mailboxes directly without using the local cache (OST).

New utilities for managing Outlook auto-complete lists:
- Export Auto-Complete Lists:
Saves the entire Outlook 2010/2013 auto-complete list cache from Outlook mailboxes and data files to NK2 or XML files.
- Export Outlook Addresses and Contacts to Auto-Complete Files:
Two utilities for saving addresses from Outlook address books and Outlook contacts to NK2 or XML auto-complete list cache files. These files may be useful for editing, backing up or transferring Outlook auto-complete list to another computer.
- Convert Auto-Complete Files:
Converts Outlook auto-complete list cache files from DAT, NK2 or XML format to XML or NK2.
- Import Auto-Complete List:
Imports Outlook auto-complete list cache from NK2 or XML file to the specified Outlook 2010/2013 mailbox or data file.
- Reports on Auto-Complete Lists and Files:
Two reports that show auto-complete data containing in Outlook auto-complete list cache and external files.
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