Xobni beta invites

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In December I got into the Xobni invite-only beta, and I still have five invites left to give out – add a comment to this post with your email address if you want one.

Xobni is an Outlook plug-in that runs statistics on your email and gives you a different perspective on it. For example, there is a lot of information in your email about the people you communicate with and the relationships between them that is usually very hard for you to see. Xobni extracts that information and presents it to you very simply in a little sidebar.

It can automatically extract contact information from emails people have sent you (e.g. in their signature), which means you don’t have to go looking for it or maintain all that information yourself.

It works out what contacts have relationships with what other contacts, to help you easily email a group of related people.

It can help you find files you’ve sent to or received from people – something that’s tricky even with the cool search stuff Microsoft added to Outlook 2007.

It can also help you schedule meetings by examining your calendar and working out when you’re free.

The more email you have, the harder it is to organize. With Xobni, the more email you have the more it can help you.

 

 

 

 

 

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