Plaxo

Plaxo Outlook and Outlook Express 2.0

Keep your address book updated

Plaxo is a nice, free Windows software, that is part of the category Productivity software with subcategory Agendas. View full description

Plaxo is a nice, free Windows software, that is part of the category Productivity software with subcategory Agendas.

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The current version of the program is 2.0 and was updated on 10/04/2005. It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and you can download it in English.Since the program has been added to our selection of software and apps in 2005, it has obtained 33,770 downloads, and last week it achieved 2 downloads.About the download, Plaxo is a program that requires less storage space than the average program in the section Productivity software. It's very heavily used in India and United States.

Plaxo 2.0 helps you stay connected to the people most important to you. The Internet helps us keep in touch with more and more people, and it can be hard to keep up with friends, family, and business contacts between job changes, moves, and new phone numbers. With Plaxo 2.0, you can update your address book quickly and automatically, and keep it current without the hassle.

Plaxo 2.0 also connects you with your most vital information. Not only are you connected to your contacts, but also your calendar, your tasks, and your notes. Synchronize your home and work computers, and securely access that information anywhere through the Web. This online access is also a reliable backup, ensuring that you will never lose your data by accidentally deleting it or in a computer crash. Just one click and you're in sync. It's safe, and it's FREE.

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Plaxo Outlook and Outlook Express 2.0

User reviews about Plaxo

  • agurusguru

    by agurusguru

    "cannot import contacts from Windows Live Mail or from Gmail."

    Plax sucks! Gives a stupid error message but never explains the problem, just Oops, when trying to import addresses. Doe... More.

    reviewed on July 3, 2016