CodeTwo CatMan is a free program that facilitates sharing categories in MS Outlook. It enables the deployment of common categories across several workstations, eliminating manual data input. The 64-bit version of CatMan is now available.
To use CodeTwo CatMan, simply enter categories on one computer and save them to a text file. The file can be placed on a network drive or an FTP server, and all users equipped with the program's add-on can immediately access and utilize the categories in their mail clients.
The time-saving benefits of CodeTwo CatMan are clear, and the tool is both free and user-friendly. Whenever the source of categories is modified, such as when a new category is added or an existing one is removed, the program automatically updates the information on all Outlook clients using the add-on.
Plus, starting from the current version, CodeTwo CatMan is compatible with Microsoft Outlook 2010 64-bit, further increasing its functionality and versatility. Overall, this is a highly recommended program for anyone who wants to streamline their category sharing process in Outlook.
Version 3.2: Works with Outlook 2010 64-bit. Version 64-bit available on http://www.codetwo.com/freeware/
New: Synchronization of Microsoft Outlook categories with public categories located on WWW and FTP servers
New: Moving categories in the editor by dragging and dropping
New: Compatible with Windows 7.
Changed: Changes in the user's interface.
Version 3.0.1: Fixed: In multiple user environment there may have been problems retriving categories from the shared categories file.
Version 3.0: N/A