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    • List of personal information managers

    • The following is a comparison of personal information managers (PIMs) and online organizers. ... Read »


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    • Personal information management

    • Personal information management (PIM) is the activities people perform in order to acquire, organize, maintain, retrieve and use personal information items such as documents (paper-based and digital), web pages and email messages for everyday use to complete tasks (work-related or not) and fulfill a person's various ro ... Read »


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    • Personal information manager

    • A personal information manager (often referred to as a PIM tool or, more simply, a PIM) is a type of application software that functions as a personal organizer. The acronym PIM is now, more commonly, used in reference to personal information management as a field of study. As an information management tool, a PIM tool ... Read »


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    • Personal organizer

    • A personal organizer, day planner, personal analog assistant, personal planner, year planner, or agenda (from Latin agenda - things to do), is a small book or binder that is designed to be portable. It usually contains a diary, calendar, address book, blank paper, and other sections. The organizer is a personal tool an ... Read »


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    • 3D Topicscape

    • 3D Topicscape, a software application, is a Personal Information Manager that provides a template loosely based on mind-mapping or concept mapping. It presents the mind map as a 3D scene where each node is a cone (or pyramid, or variation on such a shape). It can also display in a 2D format. Nodes are arranged in a way ... Read »


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    • Address Book (application)

    • Address Book

      Address Book is an address book software application made by Apple that runs on Mac OS X. The Contacts app replaced Address Book in Mac OS X 10.8 ("Lion"). Address Book has two viewing modes: View Card and Column, and View Card Only. The user can switch between modes with a control in the upper-left portion of the ... Read »


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    • Alert messaging

    • Alert messaging (or alert notification) is machine-to-person communication that is important or time sensitive. An alert may be a calendar reminder or a notification of a new message. Alert messaging emerged from the study of personal information management (PIM), the science of discovering how people perform certain ... Read »


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    • All My Movies

    • All My Movies

      All My Movies is a movie collection organizer software for establishing a personal database of media collections (Blu-ray Discs, DVDs, VHS tapes, etc.) developed by Bolide Software. Initially developed by Max Smirnoff (now Bolide Software CEO) for his personal usage, the program was published on Bolide Software web si ... Read »


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    • AllMyNotes Organizer

    • AllMyNotes Organizer is an outliner application for Windows, and it allows you to store all documents and notes in a single storage file. Documents are organized in a hierarchical tree representation for quick browsing by topic. A portable version which can be installed on a USB flashdrive, iPod, or removable hard disk ... Read »


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    • Atmail

    • atmail cloud based and on premises email messaging

      atmail is a commercial Linux messaging platform provider. The company was founded in 2001, and is headquartered in Peregian Beach, Australia. The company develops webmail, mail-server and groupware solutions built for Linux and other Unix operating systems, and includes the source code under a commercial license. Or ... Read »


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    • Ofer Bergman

    • Ofer Bergman

      Ofer Bergman is a senior lecturer at the Department of Information Science, Bar-Ilan University. His research interests include Personal Information Management (PIM), Human-Computer Interaction, and Information Behavior. He had written over 30 scientific publications which had been cited by over 500 papers and his curr ... Read »


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    • BitPim

    • BitPim

      BitPim is an open source program designed for managing content on CDMA devices. Most mobile phones using a Qualcomm-manufactured CDMA chipset are supported. The program is also cross-platform, operating on the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems. Although BitPim might be taken for a personal infor ... Read »


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    • Circus Ponies NoteBook

    • Circus Ponies NoteBook

      Circus Ponies NoteBook, also known as simply NoteBook, was a note-taking and organizational application available for OS X and iOS. NoteBook supports structured and free-form note taking, information gathering, sketching, diagramming, and PDF mark-up. Each page of a NoteBook document contains an outline that can b ... Read »


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    • Claris Organizer

    • Claris Organizer is a personal information management (PIM) computer program for the classic Mac OS that Claris acquired from a small company called Trio Development and sold during the 1990s. Trio Development was founded by James Harker, Jack Welde and Joseph Ansanelli, afterward joined by Seth Odam. It was sold to Pa ... Read »


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    • ConnectedText

    • ConnectedText (also abbreviated as CT) is a which runs on Windows, or macOS using a Windows emulator. Articles are written in plain text in CT's own markup language. When viewing articles they are styled by a standard HTML CSS file. The markup language contains many directives for classification and linkage and can al ... Read »


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    • Contactizer

    • Contactizer Pro was a contact manager, task manager, event manager, communication manager and project manager program developed exclusively for Mac OS X, in Cocoa. Contactizer Pro groups the features of the Apple Address Book and Apple iCal in a unique application. It is based on the database used by Apple Address Boo ... Read »


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    • Corel WordPerfect Lightning

    • Corel WordPerfect Lightning is a component of the Core WordPerfect Office suite. Any notes that are made are saved automatically. The software has a note-taker, project manager, document reader, copier, lightweight word processor, and collaborative tool. ... Read »


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    • Delicious Library

    • Delicious Library

      Delicious Library is a digital asset management app for Mac OS X, developed by Delicious Monster to allow the user to keep track and manage their physical collections of books, movies, CDs, and video games. The software was initially released in November 2004, with $250,000 in sales in its first month. Delicious Libra ... Read »


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    • Desktop organizer

    • Desktop organizer software applications are applications that automatically create useful organizational structures from desktop content from heterogeneous types of content including email, files, contacts, companies, RSS news feeds, photos, music and chat sessions. The organization is based on a combination of automat ... Read »


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    • DVD Profiler

    • DVD Profiler

      DVD Profiler is a program which allows users to catalogue their DVD collections. The program was created by Ken Cole at InterVocative Software. Although it can be used for free (with free registration), it can be upgraded to a premium registration for a one-time fee. Registration allows users to download higher-resolut ... Read »


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    • DVDpedia

    • DVDpedia is a DVD cataloging application for Mac OS X developed by Bruji. DVDpedia is shareware and is limited to 25 entries until purchased. The program searches the Amazon sites (US, UK, Canada, France, Germany and Japan) plus IMDb and several other international sites for information about DVDs, either by entering ... Read »


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    • Ecco Pro

    • ECCO Pro

      Ecco Pro was a personal information manager software based on an outliner, and supporting folders similar to spreadsheet columns that allow filtering and sorting of information based upon user defined criteria. The software was originally produced by Arabesque Software in 1993, then purchased by NetManage, and discont ... Read »


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    • ELOG

    • ELOG

      ELOG is a Web application written by Stefan Ritt in C which can be used to create personal and common logbooks. It has been developed at the Paul Scherrer Institute originally for shift logbooks in the particle physics experiment MEG, but is now widely used in other fields. Besides the CERN experiments LHCb and CMS is ... Read »


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    • EM Client

    • eM Client

      eM Client is a Windows based e-mail client for sending and receiving e-mails, managing calendars, contacts, and tasks. It was developed as a user-friendly alternative to existing e-mail clients and calendar solutions. eM Client was originally developed in 2006 and has provided updated versions. eM Client requires Micro ... Read »


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    • Feng Office Community Edition

    • Feng Office Community Edition

      Feng Office Community Edition (formerly OpenGoo) is an open source collaboration platform developed and supported by Feng Office and the OpenGoo community. It is a fully featured online office suite with a similar set of features as other online office suites, like Google Apps, Microsoft Office Live, Zimbra, LibreOffic ... Read »


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    • Filofax

    • Filofax UK

      Filofax is a company based in the UK that produces a range of well-known personal organiser wallets. The organisers are traditionally leather bound and have a six-ring loose-leaf binder system. The design originated at Lefax, a United States company based in Philadelphia who exported products into the UK. The company a ... Read »


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    • Franklin Planner

    • The Franklin Planner, a paper-based time management system created by Hyrum W. Smith, began sales in 1984 from Franklin International Institute, Inc. The planner itself is the paper component of the time management system developed by Smith. The planner pages are drilled, loose-leaf style pages in different sizes and ... Read »


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    • Fundo

    • Fundo

      Fundo works with the freemium business model, collaborating with up to three people is free of charge. Collaboration with more than three people is a paid service. Plans start at $5/month. Relations can be made between existing items or extra knowledge can be added to existing data. Database-features are supported ... Read »


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    • Gradefix

    • Gradefix is a personal organizer for students in college or high school. It allows a user to schedule assignments or tests and break them up according to the due date and the current day. It was started by a University of Utah student and two alumni. The free plan allows 10 open tasks maximum, while the premium which ... Read »


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    • GrandView (software)

    • GrandView

      GrandView is an outlining and personal information management (PIM) application originally developed by Living Videotext. Living Videotext was acquired by Symantec in 1987. Grandview was sold until the early 1990s and is no longer supported by Symantec. BYTE in 1989 listed GrandView as among the "Distinction" winn ... Read »


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    • Gubb (application)

    • gubb is a Web-based list application that requires no downloaded software. With gubb, users can create, manage and share an unlimited number of lists. gubb also offers a fully functional mobile Web application [1]. gubb was created in 2006 by former White House intern and Walt Disney Company executive Josh Weinstein a ... Read »


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    • HotJava Views

    • HotJava Views was a productivity software suite developed by Sun Microsystems and implemented in Java. It was released in 1996 and was intended primarily for JavaStation or other JavaOS-based network computers. HotJava Views consisted of four applications: The graphical user interface of HotJava Views was quite novel ... Read »


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    • IBM Lotus Organizer

    • IBM Lotus Organizer

      Lotus Organizer was a personal information manager (PIM). It was initially developed by Threadz, a small British software house, reaching version 3.0. Organizer was subsequently acquired by Lotus Development Corporation, for whom the package was a Windows-based replacement for Lotus Agenda. For several years it was the ... Read »


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    • Calendar (Windows)

    • Calendar

      Calendar is a personal calendar application made by Microsoft. It offers synchronization of calendars using Microsoft Exchange Server, Outlook.com Apple's iCloud calendar service, and Google Calendar. It supports the popular iCalendar format. Microsoft first included a Calendar app in Windows 3.1, which did not ma ... Read »


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    • ISync

    • iSync

      iSync is a software application first released by Apple Inc. on Jan 2, 2003. Apple licensed the core technology from fusionOne. It ran only under Mac OS X and was used to synchronize contact and calendar data from Address Book and iCal with many non-Apple SyncML-enabled mobile phones via a Bluetooth or USB connection. ... Read »


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    • Lefax

    • Lefax was a company founded in 1910 by J. C. Parker in Philadelphia that produced a range of personal organisers. In its early days, the biggest customers were power plant engineers whose technical handbooks had grown too big to carry. In 1921, a London printer and stationery marketer, Norman & Hill Ltd., began import ... Read »


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    • Lotus Agenda

    • Agenda is a DOS-based personal information manager, designed by Mitch Kapor, Ed Belove and Jerry Kaplan, and marketed by Lotus Software. Lotus Agenda is a "free-form" information manager: the information need not be structured at all before it is entered into the database. A phrase such as "See Wendy on Tuesday 3pm" c ... Read »


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    • Mail (Windows)

    • Mail

      Mail is an email and newsgroup client developed by Microsoft and included in the Windows Vista, 8, 8.1, and 10 operating systems. The main feature of Mail is sending and receiving email. It is a successor to Outlook Express, which was either included with or released for Windows 9x family and the older versions of Wind ... Read »


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    • MediaMan

    • MediaMan

      MediaMan is a general purpose collection organizer software for establishing a personal database of media collections (DVDs, CDs, books, etc.) developed by He Shiming. Debuted in 2004 as freeware, MediaMan is the first software in its genre to create the concept of general purpose organizer, as people usually have to ... Read »


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    • Microsoft Entourage

    • Microsoft Entourage

      Microsoft Entourage is a discontinued e-mail client and personal information manager that was developed by Microsoft for Mac OS 8.5 and later. Microsoft first released Entourage in October 2000 as part of the Microsoft Office 2001 office suite; Office 98, the previous version of Microsoft Office for the classic Mac OS ... Read »


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    • Microsoft Outlook

    • Microsoft Outlook

      Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Although often used mainly as an email application, it also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing. It can be used as a stand-alone application, or ... Read »


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    • Mobile PhoneTools

    • mobile PhoneTools is a program written by the French-based company Avanquest Software (formerly BVRP). The program allows users of Motorola and other brands of cellular phones to connect their cellular phones to their personal computer. mobile PhoneTools is distributed as an OEM product with Motorola phones by some te ... Read »


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    • MobileMe

    • MobileMe

      MobileMe (formerly .Mac and iTools) was a subscription-based collection of online services and software offered by Apple Inc. All services were being gradually transitioned and replaced by iCloud and the service ceased as of June 30, 2012, with transfers to iCloud available until July 31, 2012. Afterwards, all data was ... Read »


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    • Mozilla Sunbird

    • Mozilla Sunbird

      Mozilla Sunbird was a free and open source, cross-platform calendar application that was developed by the Mozilla Foundation, Sun Microsystems and many volunteers. Mozilla Sunbird was described as "... a cross platform standalone calendar application based on Mozilla's XUL user interface language." Announced in July ... Read »


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    • MyInfo

    • MyInfo

      MyInfo is a personal information manager developed by Milenix Software. MyInfo collects, organizes, edit, stores, and retrieves personal-reference information like text documents, web snippets, e-mails, notes, and files from other applications. Latest major version adds reminders, multiple document windows, hoist, and ... Read »


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    • NEPOMUK (software)

    • NEPOMUK

      NEPOMUK (Networked Environment for Personal, Ontology-based Management of Unified Knowledge) is an open-source software specification that is concerned with the development of a social semantic desktop that enriches and interconnects data from different desktop applications using semantic metadata stored as RDF. Betwee ... Read »


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    • OpenSync (software)

    • OpenSync

      OpenSync is a software library framework used for synchronization of PIM data (contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes) between personal computers and mobile devices. It is derived from MultiSync. OpenSync is plugin based and its product-specific plugins allow support for a wide variety of different synchronization endpoi ... Read »


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    • Outlook Mobile

    • Outlook Mobile

      Outlook Mobile (formerly Acompli) is a mobile personal information manager for Android and iOS devices. The app provides unified communication functionality, as opposed to splitting email, calendar, and contact management functionality into multiple, focused apps the way Windows 10 Mobile's apps. Similar to its deskto ... Read »


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    • Outlook on the web

    • Outlook on the web

      Outlook on the web (previously called Exchange Web Connect, Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Web App in Office 365 and Exchange Server 2013) is a personal information manager web app from Microsoft. It is included in Office 365, Exchange Server, and Exchange Online. It includes a web-based email client, a calendar tool, ... Read »


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    • Palm Desktop

    • Palm Desktop is a personal information manager computer program for Microsoft Windows or Mac OS/Mac OS X, and can be used alone or in combination with a Palm OS personal digital assistant. Palm Desktop contains four main modules which correspond to the four main modules of the original Palm Pilot: Palm Desktop sh ... Read »


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    • Personal Knowbase

    • Personal Knowbase is a freeform notes database application for MS Windows. Personal Knowbase was first released in 1998 on the CompuServe Information Service and is an example of a personal knowledge base. Text articles are displayed in a flat, rather than tree-based, listing. Stored articles are retrieved using a sch ... Read »


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    • Phablet

    • The phablet (/ˈfæbláµ»t/) is a class of mobile computing devices designed to combine or straddle the size format of smartphones and tablets. The word phablet is a portmanteau of the words phone and tablet. Phablets typically have a diagonal display measurement ranging from 5.5–6.99 inches (140–178 ... Read »


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    • Planz

    • Planz is an open source personal information manager developed by the Keeping Found Things Found group at the University of Washington Information School. It integrates e-mail, website links and content, computer files and folders, and informal notes into a simplified, document-like interface. Its purpose is to make th ... Read »


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    • Productivity software

    • Productivity software (sometimes called personal productivity software or office productivity software) is application software dedicated to producing information, such as documents, presentations, worksheets, databases, charts, graphs, digital paintings, electronic music and digital video. Its names arose from the fac ... Read »


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    • Rae Assist

    • Rae Assist was a software developed and distributed by Rae Technology from 1993 to 1995. Rae Assist (or shortly "Assist") was one of the first Personal Information Managers (PIM) and available for Apple Macintosh. At the core of Rae Assist was a technology that a group of Apple employees had developed under the di ... Read »


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    • Scooby Web Calendar

    • Scooby is the code name formerly used for the Internet-based calendar user-interface for the Cosmo Web Calendar, currently being developed by the Open Source Applications Foundation. ... Read »


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    • Scrivener (software)

    • Scrivener

      Windows 1.9.7 / 4 October 2016; 8 months ago (2016-10-04) Scrivener (/ˈskrɪvənər/) is a word-processing program and outliner designed for authors. Scrivener provides a management system for documents, notes and metadata. This allows the user to organize notes, concepts, research and whole documents f ... Read »


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    • StoryMill

    • StoryMill (originally Avenir) is a text editor designed for fiction writers. It provides scene, chapter and character management capabilities along with the ability to annotate text and a claimed industry-first timeline view. Avenir was developed by Todd Ransom, of Return Self Software, who also developed Montage, a M ... Read »


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    • Tinderbox (application software)

    • Tinderbox is a personal content management system and personal knowledge base. It is a tool for storing, arranging, exploring, and publishing data. Tinderbox was developed for Mac OS and Mac OS X by Mark Bernstein, Chief Engineer of Eastgate Systems. Its functions include storing and organizing notes, plans, and ... Read »


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    • Trapper Keeper

    • Trapper Keeper is a brand of loose-leaf binder created by Mead. Popular with students in the United States, Canada and parts of Latin America from the 1970s to the 1990s, it featured sliding plastic rings (instead of standard snap-closed metal binder rings), folders, and pockets to keep schoolwork and papers, and a wra ... Read »


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    • TreeDBNotes

    • TreeDBNotes is a proprietary personal information manager and notetaking program for Microsoft Windows. TreeDBNotes organizes items in a tree structure and saves all items in a single file. TreeDBNotes includes Notes, password, contacts, tasks manager. ... Read »


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    • Whizfolders

    • WhizFolders is an organizer and outliner for managing notes on MS Windows. WhizFolders has been around since 1998. Its predecessor WhizNote, a plain text notes organizer, was released in CompuServe forums in 1993. WhizFolders allows to manage your information in two-panes--the left pane being a hierarchical list of no ... Read »


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    • Wine Collector 200

    • Wine Collector 300 is a wine collection and management package from IntelliScanner Corporation. Wine Collector was released in December 2004. Wine Collector uses the UPC barcode found on wine bottles to look up information on wines from an Internet-enabled database containing approximately 67,000 wine records, accordin ... Read »


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    • Yahoo! Mail

    • Yahoo! Mail

      Yahoo! Mail, a web-based email service, launched in 1997 through the American parent company Yahoo!. Yahoo! Mail provides two different email plans: one is free for personal use and another is paid-for business use. By December 2011, it had 281 million users, making it the third largest web-based email service in the w ... Read »


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    • Yojimbo (software)

    • Yojimbo

      Yojimbo is a personal information manager for Mac OS X by Bare Bones Software. It can store notes, images/media, URLs, web pages. Yojimbo can also encrypt any of its contents and store the password in the Keychain. It is Bare Bones' second Cocoa application. ... Read »


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