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MissingLink Project Management Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — MissingLink Project Management

MissingLink Project Management é o gerenciador de projetos mais fácil de usar para o Microsoft Outlook.
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MissingLink Project Management esteve disponível como oferta em 13 de agosto de 2009

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Limpa todas as informações pessoais, configurações do sistema, arquivos apagados e muito mais.

MissingLink Project Management é o gerenciador de projetos mais fácil de usar para o Microsoft Outlook. Com ele você pode administrar todas as suas tarefas, compromissos, contatos, emails e arquivos dentro de um mesmo ambiente do Outlook. Configure e gerencie uma listagem hierárquica de todos os seus projetos com facilidade no Outlook. Transforme o Microsoft Outlook de um simples programa de email em uma ferramenta gerenciadora de projetos completa.


  • Use o MissingLink Project Management para agrupar todos os arquivos, contatos, emails e anexos relativos a um projeto específico em um único local.
  • Procure por emails importantes em uma listagem de projeto a projeto.
  • Tenha acesso a um histórico resumido de cada anexo, com a habilidade de acessar versões anteriores.
  • Escolha quais informações armazenar quando um projeto é concluído.
  • Arquive as informações de antigos projetos em um banco de dados fléxivel e fácil de manusear.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista; Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007; Microsoft .Net Framework version 2.0

Publicado por:

Moore Software Solutions Inc.

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The Good
* Acts like a plugin for Outlook making it a easier, in theory, to import/use contacts and e-mails you have already inputted into Outlook.
* Integrates with Outlook so when you create a task, appointment, etc. you can add it to MLPM also.
* Allows you to create unlimited projects and projects within projects.
* Has a built in search tool allowing you to search your projects for specific things.
* Has a feature allowing you to choose what "state" the project is in (green, yellow, red being the symbolic colors).

The Bad
* You must have Outlook to use.
* Poorly programmed.
* Not fully integrated into Outlook.
* The method to add in already created contacts, tasks, appointments, e-mails, etc. is rather annoying at times.
* No option to set the start and end times for projects.
* No "normal" importance/priority option.
* No MissingLink toolbar for "Notes" or "Journal".
* No real way to "share" the project progress/information with other project members (no sync like feature).

For final verdict, full review, and recommendations please click here.

Ashraf  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+175)

At the risk of receiving many thumbs-down votes, I would like to share this valuable resource with everyone (for your benefit):

Zimbra Desktop is a 100% FREE Open Source full e-mail desktop suite for those of you who do not have or want to use Outlook (and therefore would not be able to download today's GiveAway). Zimbra Desktop supports Windows, MAC, and Linux Operating Systems.

Zimbra Desktop also provides Project Mangement Functionality (like today's GiveAway) and allows for Yahoo and Google/Gmail calendar and address book support/integration, as well as POP-3 (including Outlook) and IMAP4 support/integration.

Click Here for detailed features comparison between Zimbra Desktop, Outlook, and Thunderbird Mail Programs.

I hope this Open Source option is beneficial for those of you who are looking for viable alternatives to today's GOTD GiveAway.

Best regards,
Happy Person

Happy Person  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+125)

Well, I don't use Outlook, but if I did, I probably wouldn't use this because it "offloads all of your email messages, files, and attachments to an industry-standard database system", so you're in trouble if they don't keep it updated for new versions of Windows, etc., depending upon just how "industry-standard". Further, you wouldn't be able to use the considerable capabilities of Windows Search 4, which has specific support for Outlook, including future dates (for scheduled items; when I first saw future-date support, I thought the tech-writers goofed--"great, I can search for files which don't exist yet").

Fubar  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+25)

I'm confused ..."Please comment only on the software here. If you have technical problems...use the forum"

I feel that the software although pretty and very interesting, is somewhat buggy. Outlook crashed and the only way I could stop the process was by using Task Manager. Most of the MissingLink Project text input fields in the add-on at the bottom of the email were missing. Now is that a comment on the software functionality or a technical problem?

I suspect the former, but this comment will doubtless receive multiple thumbs down, even though I would prefer the developer to do what he has done in so many other places on the Web - restore my faith in this software before I uninstall it.

Clancolin  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+25)

#4: You and I (and Moore Solutions, for that matter!) clearly have very different ideas of what 'project management' software is.

To me, project management means the ability to allocate, track, and manage resources and tasks. A better description of today's giveaway would be a 'personal project organiser' because all it does is GROUP Outlook items together. Does it tell you (e.g.) how many of your developers are working on any tasks today, or tomorrow, or next week? Can it make tasks dependent (e.g. task B cannot start until task A ends)? Does it give you a timeline chart, showing your project tasks or resources (or selected items)? Simple answer to all of the above: NO.

And Zimbra Desktop (a Yahoo! product, incidentally), while it may be a viable replacement for Outlook if you're broke (or don't want to use Outlook for whatever reason), also does NOT contain any of those REAL project management features. Perhaps it can 'group' existing items as today's GOTD does (I only had a quick look at its feature list); but again, it does NOT contain what any project manager would call project management facilities.

Cad Delworth CEng MBCS CITP  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+24)

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