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Automatically Organize E-mail

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If you're like most people, your Inbox is overflowing with E-mail.

What you need is the Nelson E-mail Organizer. It automatically (yes, automatically) organizes your E-mail into folders. Forget about setting up complex mail filtering setups.

Automatically Organize E-mail

Nelson E-mail Organizer is a companion to Microsoft Outlook 97, 98, 2000, and 2002 which will automatically organize your mail in an efficient and intelligent manner. Nelson E-mail Organizer (NEO) will automatically organize your E-mail based on date, correspondent, and by type.

The great feature of NEO is that your E-mail is organized automatically, without you needing to change any settings. (You can, however, tweak some settings if necessary.)

NEO doesn't have an Inbox. Instead, it will take the mail from your Outlook Inbox and separate it into folders. For example, it will move E-mail into an "Active Mail" folder for mail you are currently working with. Or "Today" for mail received or worked with today.

NEO is a separate from Outlook. You can still use Outlook as usual, and NEO won't touch anything in Outlook itself. NEO functions very similar to Outlook, with the same familiar buttons, icons, and windows. With the click of a button, you can toggle between using NEO and using Outlook. You don't even need to have Outlook running to use NEO.

Screenshot of the NEO Folder List

Here's some more features of NEO:

Easily and quickly search for an E-mail message.

You can compose, reply, forward, and receive E-mail right from NEO. You don't need to setup your E-mail accounts again, as they are imported from Outlook's setup. You don't even need to have Outlook open to use NEO.

Need to follow-up on an E-mail message? You can place the message in the To-Do folder with three levels of priority.

Too much spam in your Inbox? NEO will automatically move messages not directly addressed to you into the "Bulk Mail" folder. Spammers often not address the message to you personally, making this an efficient way to filter your spam.

Do you often correspond with specific people? NEO will automatically filter mail from correspondents into their own folder. (i.e.: All E-mail from John Smith will be moved into the "Smith, John" folder.)

E-mail is automatically filtered into folders such as "Yesterday", and "Today", making it easy for you to find mail which was sent or worked with yesterday or today.

Don't worry about learning how to use another program. NEO is very similar to Outlook's interface, using many of the same shortcuts and menu commands.

NEO is very easy to use and to understand. It's automatic, and requires very few settings. It's the intelligent way to manage your E-mail.

NEO is a great, full-featured product which will make working with your E-mail fast and easy. We highly recommend the Nelson E-mail Organizer.

Nelson E-mail Organizer costs only $29.95 and is available here. You can also download a 30-day trial version at the Nelson E-mail Organizer's Homepage

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