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Old 01-26-2006, 09:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody used RepliGo Professional to view email attachments and if so is it worth the $100 a year? I was driven there because viewing pdfs on a 7100t over T-Mobile's network was terrible.

Are there cheaper options that guarantee pdf viewing success?

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I use it.

Granted I dont pay the $100 for it being "in the trade" and all. However I do feel that the product is worth it if you view a lot of attachments. Just about every work email I get has an attachment to it, so this was huge for me. Bascially what it does is when you get an attachment you select "Open with RepliGo" and then what happens it the attachments is sent to their severs then sent back to you as another email with a full vew attachment waiting. Pretty simple stuff, they also offer a trial on the software if I'm not mistaken.

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The trial is nothing more than viewing pics and files they have done. I like the program greatly. I have an efax corporate account directed to send me faxed, which can be even more illegible, and it does a nice job for me
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The trial is nothing more than viewing pics and files they have done. I like the program greatly. I have an efax corporate account directed to send me faxed, which can be even more illegible, and it does a nice job for me
You can get a fully functional 14-day trial here: http://www.cerience.com/products/pro...erryforums.htm

This will allow you to use the service with your own documents so you can fully evaluate it. If you like what you see, then you can purchase the Annual Subscription from here: http://www.cerience.com/buypro/index.htm

If you enter the promotion code GOPRONOW during checkout, you'll save $20 and the cost will only be $79.96 for the first year.

Try it out and let us know what you think. We will be releasing an update soon that will add support for a lot more file formats.
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