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Following on from a thought I had a while back about tying my bajillion (yes that is a number) email addresses together, Mark set me up with some stuff on his webserver which I must admit I’ve not looked into yet (apologies Mark but I’ve not been near my home PC for a week). But during my travels through the Internet this week I stumbled across Contact Office (thanks to Pascal) which allows you to have tasks, calendars, email and documents all in one place.

There are several different pricing tiers and because I’m a cheapskate (and I don’t know how much I’ll use it or whether it’s worth it) I’ve chosen the free plan. Here’s a run down of the features:

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  • Mailbox
  •    Number of messages
  •    Attachments (Sending)
  • Documents
  • Address Books
  • Events
  • Notes
  • Tasks
  • Bookmarks
  • SMS/Month
Free

  • 15 MB
  • 1000
  • 2 MB
  • 5 MB
  • 50
  • 50
  • 10
  • 10
  • 10
  • 0

I’m mainly interested in it from a mailbox/tasks point of view, 10 tasks is a bit limiting but it’ll do for my Next Actions at least. Mind you it’s only

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