MX-Contact - CRM/Contact Management for Outlook

Check out the article on Easy Mail Merge for Outlook
This article describes how to use Easy Mail Merge for Outlook with MX-Contact to sending personalised mass e-mails to your MX-Contact Contacts mailing list. Read more on-line...

MX-Contact Personal Edition - Free Outlook Contact Manager
August 30th, 2005: ExchangeWise is now offering the Personal Edition of its best-selling Outlook-based CRM and Contact Management program absolutely free! This is normally priced at US $ 99. This is an opportunity not to be missed, so act now to secure your very own copy of MX-Contact at no cost. The Personal Edition is a single user version and utilises a standard Outlook Data/Personal Folders folder (.PST) for data storage. You can use MX-Contact to keep track of your companies/contacts in Outlook, organise your club membership list, manage your customer base, send out newsletters to a mailing list, etc. The possibilities are endless. Download your free version here...

New Versions of MX-Contact
January 26th, 2006: ExchangeWise today announced the release of its SQL Server-based Editions of MX-Contact, its highly successful Outlook-based CRM and Contact Management system. 3 new versions of MX-Contact are now available, namely the SOHO Standard, SOHO Advanced and Enterprise Editions. All 3 have the same Outlook front-end interface as the current Personal/Professional and Workgroup/Corporate Editions of MX-Contact, but store data in a SQL Server database rather than an Outlook Data File (Personal and Professional) or Exchange Server Public Folders (Workgroup and Corporate Editions). Read more on-line...

Release of MX-Contact.NET
May 30th, 2006: ExchangeWise today announced the release of its web-based Edition of MX-Contact, namely MX-Contact.NET. MX-Contact.NET is essentially 2 products in one, namely a web client for the SQL Server-based Editions of MX-Contact, and a stand-alone web-based CRM system. MX-Contact.NET has a user interface that matches that of Microsoft Outlook Web Access, so that it is easy to learn for someone who is familiar with Outlook or OWA. Read more on-line...