Microsoft Outlook notes

KAKershaw

Member
Bronze
Sep 3, 2008
32
0
6
#1
Is there any software that allows you to copy all your notes from Microsoft Outlook to the 3G iPhone?

Keith
 

impaler

Member
Silver
Apr 28, 2007
522
2
18
#2
Nothing that I've found yet.
 

chrismmm

New Member
Silver
Dec 27, 2007
612
0
0
Gwinnett, Georgia
#3
what version of office outlook? there used to be an appl called documents to go but that was a few years ago and may not work on iPhone. good luck and let us know if you find something ! peace!
 

impaler

Member
Silver
Apr 28, 2007
522
2
18
#4
what version of office outlook? there used to be an appl called documents to go but that was a few years ago and may not work on iPhone. good luck and let us know if you find something ! peace!
Just got word this week that DataViz's Documents to Go IS coming to the iPhone. It'll be great.
 

chrismmm

New Member
Silver
Dec 27, 2007
612
0
0
Gwinnett, Georgia
#5
Just got word this week that DataViz's Documents to Go IS coming to the iPhone. It'll be great.
there is your answer! anything you can do in outlook you can do in DTG!

Impaler whats your source. Id like to read that if you get a link. seriously.
 

scottjf8

Member
Silver
Aug 12, 2008
528
0
16
#10
Check out Evernote. I use this for all note-taking now.
 

DavidT

Member
Bronze
Aug 15, 2008
170
1
18
Baltimore MD
#12

impaler

Member
Silver
Apr 28, 2007
522
2
18
#13
OK, I signed up for notification. the site says Word, Excel and Powerpoint. that will be great, however it does not say anything about Outlook. do not get me wreong i have used dataviz before and loved it, however outlook and tasks is what i am looking for the most.
Don't expect Outlook tasks support in this product.
 

impaler

Member
Silver
Apr 28, 2007
522
2
18
#14
Check out Evernote. I use this for all note-taking now.
Last week, after giving up on wasting my time manually entering notes into the iPhone as copies of my Outlook notes, I decided to actually try to use the notes feature in Mail.app in Leopard to create notes, store them in a folder I created in my MobileMe IMAP mailbox called "Notes", and now I have access to them all the time. Changing them isn't possible on iPhone or until I'm home on my Mac to make the changes in Mail, but at least I have working copies in my inbox to access, that are easily changeable and I can access from any Internet-connected computer.

Mail is the wrong place to do notes, and although it's kind of clunky, it's free and it is a potential solution.