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New guide to all you’ve ever wanted to know about Outlook add-ons

PeerViews Inc, the New York-based publishers of the TechnoLawyer Network (which includes BlawgWorld and LitigationWorld) has just published a new guide to Microsoft Outlook add-ons for law firms. The guide – TechnoLawyer Buyer’s Guide to Outlook Add-Ons for Law Firms – is written by lawyer and longtime Outlook user Edward Zohn, who researched the market for legal-specific and other lawyer-friendly add-ons before finally whittling down his list to 44 Outlook add-ons in six categories:

• Search and Data Mining
• Practice and Project Management
• Document Management
• Privacy and Security
• Collaboration and Synchronization
• Data Recovery and Maintenance

The new guide is part of the company’s TechnoLawyer Library reports series, which is available free of charge to TechnoLawyer members (however you can join TechnoLawyer free of charge). If you are an existing TechnoLawyer you can download the guide here
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One reply on “New guide to all you’ve ever wanted to know about Outlook add-ons”

Thanks for sharing the info. I had been actually looking for a guide like this, since Outlook can be downright frustrating sometimes. Going to download the guide right away. This resource is definitely going to make things a whole lot easier for attorneys who rely on Outlook.

I am an entrepreneur and involved in developing solutions that can make drafting contracts easier for lawyers. Currently, I am working on a project called Ridacto (, an online platform, which makes use of artificial intelligence to help attorneys draft bulletproof legal contracts by checking the document for errors and inconsistencies. We’re also working on some online collaboration tools to reduce the back and forth emails via Outlook that lead to confusion about which contract is current.

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