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Liaise introduces the smartest Microsoft Outlook plug-in ever

Liaise is a new email addon for Microsoft Outlook Express 2003 and 2007, recently launched at the DEMOfall 09, that automatically analyzes the text as you write an email, identifies keywords that points to assignments, tasks, deadlines and other actionable items and catalogues them according to priority. These tasks are available on a separate panel which you can call anytime to review, and clicking on any tasks automatically pulls the emails and contacts associated with that tasks.


Liaise integrates seamlessly with Outlook Express. It requires minimal effort on the part of the user, without majorly interrupting your existing workflow. Liaise’s intelligent keyword detecting algorithm does most of the job for you.

To get a better understanding of how Liaise works you have to watch this video.

Liaise is currently in limited beta during which it will be free, but will eventually cost between $4.95 and $9.95 per month.


  1. Thanks for the post. Just to clarify Liaise currently works with Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007. (it does not work with Outlook Express)


    Sidney Minassian
    CEO - Liaise


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