The Bottom Line
- SimplyFile offers one-click message filing in Outlook
- Learning by example, SimplyFile suggests the appropriate folder automatically
- SimplyFile also includes quick ways to turn messages into tasks and appointments
- Maybe SimplyFile could help replying with suggested text from prior emails, too
- SimplyFile helps you file messages to folders in Outlook.
- After some training by manual moving or analyzing existing mail, SimplyFile suggests the correct target folder automatically.
- SimplyFile files received messages and emails you send, both according to their contents.
- You can also turn emails into tasks or appointments quickly with SimplyFile.
- SimplyFile supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Outlook 2000/2/3/7.
Guide Review - SimplyFile 2.3 - Outlook Productivity Add-On
How, then, do you make your Outlook inbox a good Outlook inbox? By deleting and filing message right away, dealing with what you can right away and turning other messages into to-do list items. Moving messages is easy, of course, and you can create tasks or appointments quickly, too. — Still, a lot of dragging and dropping is involved, and if you don't rely on search alone you have to spot the right target folder too.
Not so with SimplyFile. SimplyFile intelligently makes filing messages a one-click affair. Initially, you have to pick the target folder manually, but SimplyFile learns quickly and soon starts recommending the correct mailbox with astonishing precision. That fast filing works not only for messages you have received: SimplyFile can also file messages after you send them based on the message's content.
You can even give SimplyFile a head start by having it look at existing messages in your folders.
SimplyFile is easy to reach in using a toolbar or a keyboard shortcut, it is not accessible at all when you open an email in its own window. For people with numerous folders, SimplyFile auto-completes their names handily.
In addition to moving messages, SimplyFile can turn them into tasks and to-do list items swiftly as well — with the message text inserted for convenience.