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Old 01-08-2007, 04:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear users,

Follow-Up! for BlackBerry, a utility which helps you follow up to e-mails on time, was released.
The link, where you can find out more and also get the demo is:

www.link-two.com/bb.html

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Old 01-09-2007, 04:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Good product.

One suggestion:
Make the Subject default to the Email's subject and editable by user if they need to change it, instead of the fixed "Email Follow up". Other than that, it is great piece of software. I've already purchased it.
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Old 01-09-2007, 04:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good product.

One suggestion:
Make the Subject default to the Email's subject and editable by user if they need to change it, instead of the fixed "Email Follow up". Other than that, it is great piece of software. I've already purchased it.
Thank you for the suggestions,
we will do that ASAP and soon it will available for you so that you can upgrade.

We appreciate the feedback!
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Does Follow-up! work in conjuction with the flag feature in outlook?
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Old 01-10-2007, 11:38 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Does Follow-up! work in conjuction with the flag feature in outlook?
It doesn't. What Follow-Up! does is that it adds follow-up reminders to your calendar. If you sync your BlackBerry with you desktop, you will have have the follow-up reminders also in your desktop Outlook.

Have a nice day.

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Old 01-13-2007, 01:46 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by pengrus
Good product.

One suggestion:
Make the Subject default to the Email's subject and editable by user if they need to change it, instead of the fixed "Email Follow up". Other than that, it is great piece of software. I've already purchased it.
Hi,
an updated version 2.0 of Follow-Up! for BlackBerry was just released. You can get the fully functional trial at:
http://www.link-two.com/bb.html.

Upon users' requests, the version 2.0 allows you to specify the follow-up subject (which is set to the e-mail subject by default). The version should appear on Handango very soon.

Thank you and have a great day.
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When I went to that page, and click on the OTA download for follow-up, it still shows version 1.1. Could you please check?

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Follow up:

I was able to download the Demo Zip file to get the 2.0 version. You might want to update the OTA link as well.

Excellent work, and it's a GREAT tool to save ton of time. Thank you for listen to my feedback and implement it so quickly.
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Follow up:

I was able to download the Demo Zip file to get the 2.0 version. You might want to update the OTA link as well.

Excellent work, and it's a GREAT tool to save ton of time. Thank you for listen to my feedback and implement it so quickly.
Thank you!

Also, the OTA link was updated.

Have a nice day.
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I get "Uncaught exception: java.lang NullPointerException"

-The first time I open the message and click "Follow-up!" nothing happens. When I click the "Follow-up!" menu option the second time (with the message still open) that's when the above message appears.
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I get "Uncaught exception: java.lang NullPointerException"

-The first time I open the message and click "Follow-up!" nothing happens. When I click the "Follow-up!" menu option the second time (with the message still open) that's when the above message appears.
Please try to reboot your BlackBerry - that should help.

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Dear users,

a new version (2.1) of Follow-Up! was released today for testing purposes. The biggest improvement is that now you can follow-up not only to e-mails, but also to contacts.
It is simple - you pick a contact from the address book, hit Follow-Up! and you can easily create a follow-up reminder to yourself. Also, the application allows you to attach the contact information to the note of the reminder - so when the time comes and the reminder pops up, you can easily take the appropriate action by selecting a phone number or an e-mail address.

We would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions, because it is you, the users, who shape our software. Also, new screenshots are on the way.

Thank you all!
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OTA link is still 1.1, will this be updated?
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OTA link is still 1.1, will this be updated?
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Hi,
sorry for the incovenience - the link should be fine now.
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Rename the module "Follow-Up!", rather than the current "followup" to remain consistent in your naming convention.
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Rename the module "Follow-Up!", rather than the current "followup" to remain consistent in your naming convention.
Thanks for lettings us know,
we will fix that.

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Old 01-18-2007, 04:26 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Has anyone been able to use Follow Up that is on a BES
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Rename the module "Follow-Up!", rather than the current "followup" to remain consistent in your naming convention.
Hi there,
we have tried to do that but unfortunately some BlackBerries (the ones we tested it on) do not play well with module names containing characters such as "-" or "!". But we took you advice and the module now reads "FollowUp" - that's the most we could to.

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Dear friends,

it seems that sometimes on some BlackBerries an application doesn't automatically start at a start-up, even though it should. That's why the Follow-Up! menu is not visible then. However, we are creating a fix for this.

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