Noah is the first application to free information from the separate "data islands" of the email client, browser, contact manager, file folders, schedules and RSS feed applications. Noah bridges these currently divided data sources and makes it all accessible from a single, easy to use interface. And the data is always available, online or offline. Noah imports emails, emails settings and contacts from Outlook and Thunderbird plus it has an automatic setup feature for Gmail, Lycos, Yahoo, Netscape, Mail.com, and Tiscali email accounts. It is bristling with very powerful data filter tools. They give you complete control over your email. But even though Noah contains some of the most advanced features, it doesn't require a computer science degree to use it. Noah has a simple, intuitive interface, with easy to find commands. Version 1.0.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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Version 1.0.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Seems like a great concept and that a lot of work went into the software.
Buggy on my XP 64-bit system. Several error messages in the first few minutes of using it. Stalled while downloading my gmail making it useless. Developer runs a screwy web site with lots of images and no information on the product.
Too bad such a good concept hasn't gone anywhere/hasn't been finished.