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MyLook 1.2.30

MyLook is a commercial personal/groupware information management (PIM) product developed by SciBit, using an open database structure standard, to be used in a workgroup environment, much like you would use Outlook® & Exchange® for collaboration. MyLook uses MySQL® Server as message store and provides mail(email), contact, calendar, task, note, link(url), app(shortcut) and group folder types. All these folders may be shared by a workgroup utilizing all the latest technologies. Mail, Contact and Calendar information may be exported in industry standard formats and importing tools for Outlook® / Express® / Netscape® / Mozilla® / Eudora® / Pegasus® are available or currently being developed.

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The constantly monitors the update of all programs, including information from the MyLook 1.2.31 changelog file, however sometimes it can happen that data are not complete or are outdated.We assume that author continue's to develop 1.3.0 version with further advanced features, and soon you will be informed. Equally important 2.0.0 upgrades of the program we will continue to monitor. Full MyLook description has been compared with the overall software database and our algorithm has found the following applications (are showed below).