News and Updates About EssentialPIM
EssentialPIM 2.5 Released
11 April 2008
We are glad to announce the immediate availability of the new 2.5 version of EssentialPIM. It features long-awaited synchronization abilities with Windows Mobile 5/6 powered devices, synchronization with Google Calendar and Sticky Notes feature for placing your notes straight onto a Desktop. You should notice a speed increase when a large number of events is stored in the database. Many other smaller features were added, improved and fixed for this major release.
Please have a look at the Version History section for more detailed info about changes since the last version.
EssentialPIM 2.2. Released
22 December 2007
Today we have released a new version of EssentialPIM. It includes a new view for attachments for easier representation, some changes with regards to showing TasksТ subjects and notes on screen, ability to re-arrange To DoТs manually (a good GTD starting point), and an option to exclude NotesТ headers from being printed. The detailed list of changes is in the Version History section.
EssentialPIM Pro and EssentialPIM Free 2.13 Released
15 November 2007
This release adds some new minor changes and brings lots of improvements with regards to fixes of known errors and omissions. It's the result of our continuous efforts to improve the program's stability and provide users with exceptional quality of the software.
The detailed list of changes is in the Version History section.
EssentialPIM Free and EssentialPIM Pro 2.12 Released
25 October 2007
Some small fixes are included into this release. Fixed problems with representing of Unicode characters in EPIM Today and printing of Unicode To Dos. Other changes consist of fixes with sorting of Contact Groups and working with them using keyboard. Most of the language files were updated, as well.
The detailed list of changes is in the Version History section.
EssentialPIM Pro and EssentialPIM Free 2.11 Released
12 October 2007
EssentialPIM 2.11 is mostly a bugfix release with some minor additions. All known bugs and problems were fixed including incorrect printing of schedules using Landscape page orientation, vCard and iCal files export/import small omissions, and unstable search behavior in Notes.
The complete list of changes is available under the Version History section.
EssentialPIM Pro and EssentialPIM Free 2.1 Released
1 October 2007
We introduce new printing engine (a long-time promise to get rid of Internet Explorer in printing and EPIM Today), extended editing controls in Notes, and work time/work days highlighting feature in Schedule with this new version of EssentialPIM.
There're also lots of other improvements and couple of bug fixes in this release. The detailed list of changes is available from here: http://www.essentialpim.com/index.php?r=news&pr=vhistory.
EPIM Synchronizer 1.0 Released
6 August 2007
We announce the release of EPIM Synchronizer 1.0. It is a tool that performs smart two-way synchronization between two EssentialPIM databases. EPIM Synchronizer can synchronize with local or remote databases (using EPIM Server).
The program costs $19.95 and can be bought at the following link: https://www.regnow.com/softsell/nph-softsell.cgi?item=11654-15
EPIM Synchronizer trial version offers 3 full synchronizations and can be downloaded from: http://www.essentialpim.com/download/epimsync1.exe
PR: EssentialPIM Pro Network- a Popular PIM on Steroids
24 July 2007
For immediate release
EssentialPIM Pro Network- a Popular PIM on Steroids
Linden, NJ., July 24, 2007 Ц EPIM Ltd. (www.essentialpim.com), the leading provider of scheduling software, announces the immediate release of EssentialPIM Pro Network 2.0, the major release of its award-winning planner and personal information organizer. This major release provides powerful network capabilities.
The amounts of information received and processed by the average office worker are increasing every minute. More business offers, more elements to consider, more spamЧall this leads to an enormous amount of data to be analyzed every day.
How does an office worker keep everything in order and at the same time is not buried under administration problems and procedures? One of the products that can solve this problem is EssentialPIM Pro Network.
EssentialPIM Pro Network evolved from the popular, single user Personal Information Manager (PIM), which was designed using active involvement of users. The outcome is a flexible, powerful, and appealing PIM. Now, EseentialPIM hands all its power into the hands of network users.
It is straight forward, easy to use, but extremely powerful network-enabled office/home Personal Information Manager that unveils its features as you use it. "No-nonsense" has been the motto during the evolution of EssentialPIM Pro Network. The software works immediately after installation, no administrator needed!
EssentialPIM was designed with an understanding of small office needs and requirements. The software is powerful enough to be used across multiple access levels and smart enough to be administered by the average Windows user. Need to add more users? Want to share more schedules/contacts/notes/to do lists? Want to define who can read what? You can set that up with several mouse clicks.
EssentialPIM Pro Network does not require a hardware server either. A common Windows computer and local area network works fine, with no complex setup.
Having installed EssentialPIM Pro Network, users can even reach their data anywhere in the world, using an Internet connection and EssentialPIM Portable (U3 version available as well). EssentialPIM Portable can run straight from a flash drive or Notebook and connect to the office EPIM database, as if the user was in the office.
A large number of features have been included to make sure office users have what they needЧprivate/public events, multiple access levels, automatic backups, etc.
Please explore essentialpim.com for more information.
The trial version of EssentialPIM Pro Network 2.0 is available immediately from EPIMТs site. The product runs under Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2003, XP, and Vista. Additional information on the product, as well as other software by EPIM, is available from www.essentialpim.com.
EPIM Ltd. is a company based in Linden, New Jersey since 2005. EPIM specializes in scheduling software development for office and home use. The companyТs main product, EssentialPIM, is a complete scheduling solution aimed at SOHO users. Over the past two years, EPIM has gained a strong reputation among thousands of end users and industry professionals worldwide for software excellence, commitment to innovation and high standards of customer care. For more information, please visit www.essentialpim.com.
Product page link: http://www.essentialpim.com/index.php
Direct download link: http://www.essentialpim.com/download/essentialpimpronet2.exe (6.67 Mb)
Company website: http://www.essentialpim.com
Postal address: EPIM Ltd., 238 St. Georges Ave., Linden, NJ 07036, USA
EssentialPIM Pro and EssentialPIM Free 2.02 Released. EssentialPIM Pro Network Edition is Now Available!
24 July 2007
We introduce EssentialPIM Pro Network edition with this release. It allows to easily create a flexible LAN solution for all computers in the office or home. Features unlimited levels of users, four levels of permissions, public, read-only items. For more info about EssentialPIM Pro Network, please see the corresponding section on the web site.
Also all known bugs and omissions since the previous release were fixed. The detailed list of changes is in the Version History section.
EssentialPIM Pro and EssentialPIM Free 2.01 Released
4 July 2007
EssentialPIM 2.01 is mostly a bugfix release that has all known small bugs and omissions fixed since the release of EssentialPIM 2.0. Although all fixed problems weren't critical, we'd still recommend all users of EssentialPIM 2.0 and earlier versions to upgrade to this new release.
The upgrade process is very simple. Just download EssentialPIM, install it over your current version and open. All settings will be preserved and database should be converted automatically.
For the detailed log of changes, please visit Version History.