The Bottom Line
Tighter integration of E-mail Follow-Up with Outlook accounts, reminders and notes might be nice, though.
- E-mail Follow-Up lets you send reminders to people who have not replied after some time
- You will be reminded to send the follow-up after the specified time by E-mail Follow-Up, too
- E-mail Follow-Up has flexible scheduling options and lets you customize the template for follow-up emails
- E-mail Follow-Up does not support all Outlook account types perfectly and might show some quirks
- Scheduling, templates and other options cannot be set per account in E-mail Follow-Up
- E-mail Follow-Up could integrate better with Outlook reminders and notes
- E-mail Follow-Up sees to your getting replies to the emails you send.
- When you compose a message in Microsoft Outlook, you can choose to create a follow-up reminder.
- If no reply is received within a specified amount of time, E-mail Follow-Up will alert you.
- A follow-up reminder (using a customizable template) can be sent quickly with E-mail Follow-Up.
- Macros for use in reminder templates make E-mail Follow-Up enter the recipient's name and the original message's subject and date (as well as the current date and time) automatically.
- E-mail Follow-Up has flexible default scheduling options; the defaults can be changed for individual messages easily.
- You can review and reschedule reminders created with E-mail Follow-Up.
- E-mail Follow-Up supports Windows XP, 2003, Vista and 7 and Outlook 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010.