Contactizer Pro
Contactizer Pro
3.8.16

2.8

Contactizer Pro free download for Mac

Contactizer Pro3.8.16

18 March 2013

Manage, share and organize personal and business information.

Overview

Contactizer Pro is the amazing all-in-one solution for managing, sharing and organizing your personal and business information. Following the prodigious success of it first release, Contactizer Pro 3.8 raises your contact management experience to be more efficient, productive and enjoyable. Contactizer Pro brings a wealth of powerful PIM features, an innovative interface into a clean, elegant and intuitive package specifically built for Mac OS X.

Core Capabilities:

  • Ability to manage projects and track their progress.
  • Summarizes automatically all contact-related information in a single view.
  • Link Apple Mail email messages to appropriate contacts in real time.
  • Impressive collaborative Sharing via Bonjour. No more server requirement.
  • Tag contacts, tasks, events, communications, projects with multiple category labels.
  • Interconnect all Contactizer objects including reciprocal relationships.
  • HTML email template builder included.
  • Event Manager with meeting organization and more.
  • Invitation follow-up management for Tasks & Events.
  • Task type definition connected to concrete follow-up actions(phone call, send fax, write email,...).
  • Synchronization with iSync that makes data available for digital devices.
  • All Contactizer lists support Smart Groups that make your data even more organized.
  • Built-in Google Map Search service for contact addresses location.
  • Bluetooth phone pairing for incoming calls notifications and direct dialing.
  • Quick edit any Contactizer data direcly in the Detail View.

What's new in Contactizer Pro

Version 3.8.16:
  • Improves OS X 10.8 Moutain Lion compatibility and overall stability.
  • Fixes a dozen of issues and is highly recommended for all users of Contactizer 3.8.

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116 Reviews of Contactizer Pro

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Sixnon
21 January 2010
Version: 3.8.4

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Contactizer Pro is pricey as many have suggested, but I took the opportunity to purchase it at a reduced price in a bundle. At the outset syncing to mobile devices was problematic but i decided to persevere with what had the potential to be a powerful tool. Often at upgrade [fortunately free!] syncing to Apple's sync service would be broken, but over the period of usage I managed to reinstitute a working relationship between contactizer and my mobile devices. The latest upgrades of CP broke sync services rather more pronouncedly that prior, and so I sought help from the Objective Decision "customer service" department. A sync would regularly take 100% of my CPU resources for hours on end, produce multiple entries, and in the end necessitated a complete clean out of ICal data, and complete removal of CP. In the course of contact with Objective Decision I initially received no reply. Upon pressing for a reply I was told that I had not been responded to as "no one else had reported the problem". This was despite OD's forums being littered with similar or identical situations. I followed advice to other posters, completely reinstalled a CP beta, and again caused havoc with multiple entries, and non functioning sync to mobile. I expressed my frustration on the OD forum for that beta and was told, yet again, "Please instead of writing 40 lines, make shorter posts, use the right support channel and *describe* your problem precisely.", placing the onus for not functioning software upon me. Despite promises of an overhauled sync system, I must caution prospective users to read the other reviews here and steer clear of this potentially useful, but functionally terrible software.
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Alexterieur
25 February 2015
Version: 3.8.16
It seems that Contactizer Pro has now gained abandonware status... Objective Decision's site shows "account unavailable" message from its web host, the download link is dead and the gumitech.com domain (of the link) is now for sale… Unfortunately, another abandoned contact & calendar manager software - remember Now X / Now Up-to-Date & Contact! Moving on, migrating.
Great application with advanced features not available in basic contact and calendar apps. It had been stable on my systems (10.6 and 10.8.x). However, it lacked detailed and updated user guide… At least, it has been using the Apple Contacts and Calendar databases...
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5
RobbiN3135
07 July 2014
Version: 3.8.16
yes..STAY WELL AWAY from this..BRILLIANT..application. The problem here was it was created with a small team and they seem to have fallen out. This was an amazing application and it should have been bought out by Apple and merged into the system The current OSX address book, diary and to do list is a JOKE in terms of anything that can be used as an integrated and viable business package. The interface and idea behind CPro was brilliant but it has NO support now and its full of bugs...it took me ages to purge it all from my system and transfer all the data.. VERY SAD EPISODE
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0.5
dwp-1
19 December 2013
Version: 3.8.16
Still does't work. What a shame, why even try selling software that is compatible?
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Mactryx
10 October 2013
Version: 3.8.16
I'm limping along with Contactizer Pro, OS 10.7, and experiencing crashes. The latest crash report I sent bounced back, identified as being spam. Sad. Only purchase this software if you are interested in frustration, no support and a lame reason to spend over $100 on an application that is not completely functional. Rubbish! Why is this still listed on MacUpdate?
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0.5
The-Big-K
21 August 2013
Version: 3.8.16
Since the unethical dev is still suckering buyers for this, be forewarned it's a Dead App Walking. (See my review of July 17, 2012. I also have one for Contactizer Express.) DO NOT BUY. It's abandonware! A shame, because it had a lot going for it.
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0.5
BuzWeston
05 July 2013
Version: 3.8.16
I happily used Contactizer for years, but now it crashes every time I launch it. There is no support any more. It's too bad, because it was the best product out there, and there doesn't seem to be anything else I with which I can replace it.
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Gurfi
15 June 2013
Version: 3.8.16
sad end of a good story
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0.5
Seedy
03 April 2013
Version: 3.8.16
Total PITA and ripoff. I hadn't used it for some time, then discovered a need for it, had it working before. The bundled version I bought via MU would not open, my two choices were update or quit, even though I could see the app working behind the modal dialogue. Update doesn't recognise serial number from bundle version. Website is useless. Found dmg of original purchased version, it won't work either. MU should not be including this POS in bundles. Company is so concerned about someone using it without a license that a license holder can't use it either.
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Sampler
23 March 2013
Version: 3.8.16
VIP ORBIT [http://www.viporbit.com/] looks like a promising with iPhone and iPad applications and a Mac version that was to be previewed on March 11.
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0.5
Cgc
23 March 2013
Version: 3.8.16
Saw they updated Contactizer Pro so I tried it to see if it could import my iCal and other data. It looked like it did import iCal data (at least the progress bars moved) but then it got stuck saving the database for ten minutes. I don't have but a few items in my calendars which meant to me Contactizer Pro was once again stuck on stupid. Into the AppZapper you go... Looks like the developer doesn't test anything they produce...
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0.5
Vodproter
20 March 2013
Version: 3.8.16
I received mail today that MacBundler offered a new bundle. I was reallly surprised that MacBundles sells Contactizer. The development of this software seems pretty death as others remarked too. The forum was closed months ago, because users asked too more questions whats going on. No updates - no reply by email. No iOs version. Be carefully with your data, if you install this. Look at https://twitter.com/Contactizer - No tweet a long time...We are trying to find an alternative since months, but its pretty difficult. It could be daylite, but we didnt bring it to work. Cobook its another approach. At the moment there is no CRM for Mac, iPad and iPhone. We need to switch to webbased CRM. Just found by chance Zurmo.org and opencrmyesterday. Their development roadmap looks very promising. And its free.
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0.5
Mikeatsms
20 March 2013
Version: 3.8.16
Wednesday, March 20, 9:22AM Contactizer 3.8.15 has been totally crippled for months - with no customer support. Today, I received notice that Contactizer 3.8.16 was released, which I downloaded and installed. Now, I cannot even enter a %@#$! task! WORTHLESS! WORTHLESS! WORTHLESS PIECE OF CRAP! Give me something that works and I will change this review.
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Mactryx
17 March 2013
Version: 3.8.16
It appears the Contactizer folks no longer support their application. I’ve sent countless e-mail and crash reports requesting support and have NEVER received a reply. Their support forum and wiki have been down for maintenance since at least October 2012. The Mac Mail integration, beyond viewing my inbox, is busted. Contacts can not be exported. Contact categories do not stick. Calendar integration is a complete failure. There is no iOS support although it is claimed on the company website. The claim that Contactizer functions on Mountain Lion is not true for a number of users who have complained that it consistently crashes on launch. In its time, Contactizer PRO was an amazing CRM for Mac folks. Now, not so much. Move along Mac users. This software is not the CRM you are looking for.
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Cgc
26 February 2013
Version: 3.8.15
Looks like a really great program until you start using it. It never imports iCal calendars via "iCal import" or "import .ics" and the mail.app plugin is too old for OSX 10.7.5 which came out a LONG time ago. If they can't get this basic stuff together would you trust your data/business with them?
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Mikeatsms
16 February 2013
Version: 3.8.15
Contactizer 3.8.15 is a total disaster on Mountain Lion! It can't even manage dates properly. Apparently, the product has been abandoned -- BUT THEY'RE STILL SELLING IT! (I was forced to give it a rating in order to submit. I give Contactizer a ZERO on Mountain Lion!)
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0.5
Parkerbennett
09 October 2012
Version: 3.8.15
... And still hanging on launch in Mountain Lion. Probably tIme to take off the bold red "What's Hot" treatment, MacUpdate...
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busybeingborn
09 October 2012
Version: 3.8.15
This app is 10 years back. What is a PIM worth without iOS versions and without iCloud support? I bought it years ago. I wouldn't even download it for free today. "Dangers await only those who do not react to life." (M.S.Gorbachev)
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0.5
Kerry-Dawson
16 September 2012
Version: 3.8.14
This product is nice in what it attempts to do but that is in what it attempts to do. Its very unstable and doesn't work with iCloud which is a tremendous service.
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anonymous-mollusk-5346
14 September 2012
Version: 3.8.14
Latest version of app, running on ML 10.8. I received a license to this application as part of a bundle last year, but never used it. I've just downloaded it and installed it, and there are two hurdles: 1) The licensing process requires entering your License Key and email address, then waiting up to 24 hours for a license file to be emailed out. I'll post an update regarding this. 2) After requesting the license in (1), clicking the "Continue Trial" button, so that I can actually use the application in the meantime, does nothing. Also, be aware that denying access to your Contacts on launch will cause the application to hang.
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0.5
Bernorio
08 September 2012
Version: 3.8.14
WARNING! There is no support, you cannot reach the developer (check yourself, no phone number, they do not reply to email, and the forum has been closed for a while) They still sell the software, but there is nobody at the company any more! this had been discussed on their forum for months before they closed the forum, when it still was open, people complaining and wanting their money back!) Anyone out there ready for a class action suite against the developer (if we can locate him)? If yes, contact me. this is criminal behavior.
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Mactryx
24 August 2012
Version: 3.8.14
They live! From the Objective Decision website... (http://objective-decision.com/en/news/) 07/25/2012 A 3.8.15 pre-release compatible with Mountain Lion is available We have released a 3.8.15 pre-release compatible with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. You can download it from here: Contactizer Pro 3.8.15 pre-release.
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Anon-Bud
15 August 2012
Version: 3.8.14
Yeah. It really stinks that all these software companies can develop a program for a few years, earn a bit of money, and then abandon everyone who counts on the software. Too bad there is no reliable vetting process for developers.
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The-Big-K
18 July 2012
Version: 3.8.14
WARNING! Abandonware! I bought the Express version of Contactizer primarily because of the lameness of the Mac Address Book and also of Bento, whose contacts did not properly sync back and forth with AB. it also showed great promise as an all-in-one app, with to-do's and projects. I suspect some smart people originally developed it, but it's now clearly orphaned. There's no support, and the forums and wiki (if they ever had any content) are now always "down for maintenance." I am angry that I wasted $60, and thank God I didn't waste $120 on this "Pro" version! I'm cross-posting this msg for the Express version as well.
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Mactryx
10 July 2012
Version: 3.8.14
I've received an alert from Mail that ODMailBundle has been disabled and that I should contact the developers for a compatible version. No longer having the ability to send mail through Mail is a major workflow disruption. I attempted to search the Objective Decision forum for a workaround and found that it had been disabled. A QFE (quick fix engineering) for this is needed. Immediate attention is greatly appreciated. Please respond with an eta.
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Protenge
21 May 2012
Version: 3.8.14
The program seems good, but I didn't find a way to inform about a bug. When I tryed to inform in the correct form, there is another bug. Do you have an email to contact you??
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Almostwise
01 December 2011
Version: 3.8.14
I have been playing around with Contactizer Pro for 2 years. Nice interface, BUT STAY AWAY! It appears to have been abandoned by its developers, doesn't play nice with Apple's new iCloud, and calendar sync with iCal never worked...
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0.5
mark-bischoff
15 October 2011
Version: 3.8.14
No CalDav brings Chaos in your Adressbook No Support if you are real in trouble
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allanmacam-1
26 July 2011
Version: 3.8.13
Doing just about everything I want from an app like this, I was just going to buy it when I discovered that FULL CalDav support is still not present. Quite disappointing. If its major competitors can manage this, I'm sure it's possible for Objective Decision too.
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Anon-Bud
14 July 2011
Version: 3.8.13
Still no full CalDav support, even though other apps [see my earlier comment] have had this for quite some time. Really quite disappointing.
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2.5
Centrovela
06 June 2011
Version: 3.8.12
Sometimes crashes. This program is not as intuitive to be able to be used without a manual!
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Centrovela
06 June 2011
Version: 3.8.12
Sometimes crashes. This program is not as intuitive to be able to be used without a manual!
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Xandra
27 March 2011
Version: 3.8.12
HUH? WARNING? BEWARE? (will crosspost this at forum - but thought users here might want to be aware. Everytime I open Contactizer I get a Dbox requesting permission to Access Keychain (exact language below) Does anyone else get this? This doesn't seem appropriate. I didn't used to get this on my PMac (10.5x) but now get on my MacPro (10.6.6) ANY IDEAS COMMENTS ANYONE? Exact Language: "Contactizer Pro wants to use your confidential information stored in "MyMobileMeUsername" in your keychain. The Authenticity of of "contactizer Pro" cannot be verified Details Keychain: login.keychain Application: Contactizer Pro
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2.5
Xandra
01 March 2011
Version: 3.8.12
Just a couple brief comments: 1. This is a big (unnecessarily confusing at times) app. The kitchen sink and then some. I'd find that acceptable if there was at least some way to wade thru the muck and mire. CAN YOU SAY MANUAL??? For Months (maybe years?) they've been promising a PDF manual... Without this simplest of support tools, I'll never be have much nice to say about this program. At the moment I use it for one thing only: exporting my contacts to a tab-delim file (frankly the most humongous oversight with Apple's Address Book.) If it weren't for that I doubt I'd bother. Don't get me wrong. The potential for some useful features exist in this program - but without a manual and some flakely behaviour (misfired alarms? WTF?) frankly I just don't trust it enough to take advantage of them. BOY DO I MISS NOW CONTACT...
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Anon-Bud
28 February 2011
Version: 3.8.12
Still no CalDav support. Relationship has it. BusyCal has it. Why not CPro? We're waiting....
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Pauloverseas
21 December 2010
Version: 3.8.11
Crashed every time I opened it. Not support from the company. Junk.
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Winco
29 November 2010
Version: 3.8.11
I have tried most of the CRM solutions for Mac out there and Contactizer Pro was the final one I chose. Relationship 2 was good too but not as comprehensive as CPro is. It has some navigation issues but maybe that is because I'm still getting used to using it. I have also had some performance issues but these were resolved with a quick quit and start-up. CPro talks directly to Address Book, Apple Mail and iCal databases so to-do's, emails and contacts are the same whether you enter then into CPro or the individual Apple apps. There is a clear ongoing product development programme and their forum is well used and responded to by the developer, so they are good a communicating and solving any issues you may be experiencing. This also has a 30 day fully functional trial period which is ample time to try it. It does not screw up your Apple apps if you decide to not proceed either. They seem to have ironed out earlier bugs in this respect. So, yes, I recommend you support these guys and try out for 30 days to see if it works for you. BTW, I do not work nor am I affiliated with the developer! :-)
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Stassi
23 October 2010
Version: 3.8.10
I have yet to see in any of the updates, whether any of the previous syncing problems were resolved. I'd like to try to program again, with this 3.8.10 iteration, but I don't have hours to repairs the damage it did to my ability to sync. Does anybody know?
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TSMelo
22 October 2010
Version: 3.8.9
It's probably just the Mail plugin. Check ~/Library/Mail/Bundles and if there's a folder called ODMailBundle.mailbundle, just delete it. That should do it.
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Swhayes
11 October 2010
Version: 3.8.9
I installed and removed a demo of Contactizer months ago. After I installed Little Snitch today, I discovered that Mail.app is trying to phone objective-decision.com - publishers of Contactizer. I can't find a trace of Contactizer on my disk, so why would this be? Seems pretty underhanded to me.
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Espiridion
04 May 2010
Version: 3.8.7
I was curious about the previous comments and 1-star rating, since my experience has been quite different. Regarding the bugs mentioned in the previous post, here are my observations: -Launch time: I launched it 3 times, and it took 9 seconds each time. -Sending HTML email -including a PDF attachment- worked fine. I prefer to use Entourage, and Contactizer works with Apple's Mail. I had never used this feature, BTW. It was easy to setup after reading the Help. -iCal sync was indeed problematic, but the problem was on Apple's end. I have not used it recently, but last time I used it it worked. -Drag and Drop in Calendar view has worked fine for me, whether moving a contact from the Data Picker or moving an appointment. -No problems with Contactizer Pro while Shutting Down or Restarting my system. Using an old G5 PPC Dual 2GHz, OS X 10.5.8 CP 3.8.7. Around 500 contacts and 4000 events. It's not perfect. Support-related communication could improve, and they should make a manual as well as screencasts. I had not posted a review when I posted some comments before, so this time I'll rate it. I also have licenses for Daylite and SOHO Organizer, but my choice is Contactizer Pro. I was actually looking forward to Now X but Now is no longer in operation. I loved NUTD&C prior to the arrival of OS X.
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Scott-C-H-
20 April 2010
Version: 3.8.7
I've given the benefit of the doubt way more than Objective Development deserves for the past 14 months and I've finally had it enough. This software is a prime example of feature bloat, loaded with bugs, and vendor lock-in. As if it weren't enough, v.3.8.7 update made this app completely unusable. It wouldn't even launch after updating it. It even took all my communication logs for the past several months with it. I was very unhappy with how it was unable to export my logs to a generic format to begin with, so I should've gotten out of this software right then. Well, too late now... There are just so many little annoying bugs: Slow launch on a relatively new 2.6Ghz MBP, HTML email merge doesn't work at all, iCal sync is a major mess, drag & drop doesn't always work right in Calendar view, it refuses to quit when the system is trying to shut down or restart, to name just a few. Of course I gave the support forum a try, and all I got in the forum was "Send us a crash log" "Will be fixed in the next update" "You are the only one reporting this, therefore it must be you" blah blah blah. They would even scold you if you don't "go through the right channel for support" even if you do so. It's so ridiculous, and it makes me so angry just thinking about how much time I've wasted on this bloated mess. Having gotten sick and tired of this whole data lock-in, unreliable software and support and beta-testing nonsense, I've completely switched to a couple of web-based services for all my PIM/CRM needs now, and I couldn't be happier. Avoid this app at all cost. Seriously, flee from it. I can't say enough bad things about this app and the developer of this app. And again, I gave it 14 months run. 14 months of bugs, data lock-in and poor support. I don't even want to remember about this app after posting this. The WORST Mac app & developer of all time.
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Jeffrey-Mcpheeters
24 March 2010
Version: 3.8.7
I'm still getting version 3.8.6 from the link, not 3.8.7.
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Sixnon
21 January 2010
Version: 3.8.4
Contactizer Pro is pricey as many have suggested, but I took the opportunity to purchase it at a reduced price in a bundle. At the outset syncing to mobile devices was problematic but i decided to persevere with what had the potential to be a powerful tool. Often at upgrade [fortunately free!] syncing to Apple's sync service would be broken, but over the period of usage I managed to reinstitute a working relationship between contactizer and my mobile devices. The latest upgrades of CP broke sync services rather more pronouncedly that prior, and so I sought help from the Objective Decision "customer service" department. A sync would regularly take 100% of my CPU resources for hours on end, produce multiple entries, and in the end necessitated a complete clean out of ICal data, and complete removal of CP. In the course of contact with Objective Decision I initially received no reply. Upon pressing for a reply I was told that I had not been responded to as "no one else had reported the problem". This was despite OD's forums being littered with similar or identical situations. I followed advice to other posters, completely reinstalled a CP beta, and again caused havoc with multiple entries, and non functioning sync to mobile. I expressed my frustration on the OD forum for that beta and was told, yet again, "Please instead of writing 40 lines, make shorter posts, use the right support channel and *describe* your problem precisely.", placing the onus for not functioning software upon me. Despite promises of an overhauled sync system, I must caution prospective users to read the other reviews here and steer clear of this potentially useful, but functionally terrible software.
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Espiridion
19 January 2010
Version: 3.8.4
After upgrading to 3.8.4, Contactizer Pro will not launch on my system. Instead, an application called CrashCatcher launches. It's supposed to generate a report to be sent to the developer, but it does not seem to generate anything. There's an option to "Quit Without Sending" but if I choose it and try to start Contactizer again, CrashCatcher launches instead. I went back to 3.8.3 even though it has a few bugs.
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root-5
02 December 2009
Version: 3.8.3
It sounds you didn't give a real try to Contactizer. You have 2 ways to edit a contact: Full edit or Quick Edit. Full Edit is tab-based but Quick edit isn't. Same for showing a contact. Two ways. You can even define your own action of your click mouse on a contact.
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Gary54
28 November 2009
Version: 3.8.3
I gave this thing a spin around the block, while there was a lot to like about it and I almost sprung for it, I ultimately rejected it. The thing which really bugged me was the tabs on the contact cards. You open a contact card and you have to flip thorough tabs to find the information you need .. instead of simply being there in front of you. Then the mail integration seemed rather useless since you can use it to actually generate a mail. Why cant someone come up with something simple and straightforward like the old Now which has all the stuff you need and doesnt have the gee wiz stuff you don't which just ...works?
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Centrovela
30 September 2009
Version: 3.8.1
Do you think Adobe, Apple or Microsoft are stupid to make manuals for their software? If you want to be serious think it over.......
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Phaleron
09 September 2009
Version: 3.8
CAUTION! This version requires a licence upgrade for pre-v3.5 licensees. This is strange, given that we are not up to v4 yet. Be prepared to downgrade after trial period runs out.
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Tankknight
08 September 2009
Version: 3.7.5
When I got fed up with NUDC I tried several alternative and finally settled on Contactizer Pro. It has been working pretty well and I've gotten used to its quirks. I actually have no problem even to recommend Contactizer Pro. However, while I recommend the application and will keep using it I would strongly recommend that any time the app wants to update or MU shows an update to backup/copy your current version and in your library to backup/copy the application support folder. Its happened 3 times to me where the new/latest version will have some strange bugs and it has been extremely nice to just trash it and go back to the previous version. I don't know if it is my PPC Quad G5 showing it uniqueness (again) or that the support team for this app doesn't care, but they have never responded to any bug reports that I have submitted. So I just go to my backup and wait to try the next version. MU is showing version 3.7.5, but Contactizer Pro states that version 3.8.0 is available. It has several major problems on my Mac, so I filed the bug reports and dropped back to 3.7.5. As usual I haven't received a response, but than I don't expect one.
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Sampler
16 July 2009
Version: 3.7.5
OS X 10.4.11 (fresh), PB G4, no import managers or application enhancers Import of a single Calendar with about 50-60 events for 14 months has stalled for over an hour while "saving database". Console shows a program "atos" inside the Contactizer has crashed with only the following in the crash log Link (dyld) error: Library not loaded: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Symbolication.framework/Versions/A/Symbolication Referenced from: /Applications/Contactizer Pro.app/Contents/Resources/atos Reason: image not found Too bad. I guess I'll terminate the process and uninstall Contactizer. And, no, I don't feel it necessary to write to support about an app that I registered but never had a chance to try. My only other comment is that I would have liked the ability to restrict the import of email and ical events by date.
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scotteg
19 May 2009
Version: 3.7.4
Watch demo video at http://optimacinc.com/services/contactizerpro.html
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Phaleron
06 April 2009
Version: 3.7.2
Contactizer (which I have been using since its debut) could always be more, so I will not rate it from a wish-list perspective. At the time I wanted to get Daylite, which I could not afford. CP came at my budget's borderline and I bought it thinking I was getting second best. Since then I have seen CP refine the interface and workflow and add features that could have well justified a version upgrade (or two). The app is extremely stable. I cannot remember it ever crashing on me, not even during a period of severe hard disk issues. It is the app that is always running in the background (though I recently discovered it does not need to), allowing me to stay on top of my business. The interface is comprehensible and relatively easy with a good depth of features. The custom email templates are great. Associating one client to another is easy. Everything is so easily accessible, emails, URLs, work files, related contacts, related tasks, etc. There are some weak areas like the ability to form custom client checklists and ratings, gant charts, sending batches of more than 20 mails, yellow page support for all EU countries, but I anticipate the next version will not disappoint.
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JohnnyFave
06 April 2009
Version: 3.7.2
This one is a love-hate relationship. The power of Contactizer Pro is VERY real. It has a lot of ins and outs for storing and accessing information. I recently used it's bulk email capability and was completely impressed! My major concern is however, how difficult it is to move around this program. The GUI (graphic user interface) is a bear to work with. Buttons just don't seem to be in the right place, and the icons are completely indeterminable as to their intended function. It's better than a Windows app, but it just hasn't move to the Mac standards. Some spit and polish on the GUI would help this one rise a star or two.
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scotteg
28 March 2009
Version: 3.7.1
Contactizer Pro is easy to overlook because their site lacks depth of tangible product info. However, do not pass this one by! CP provides an extraordinary feature set and a streamlined user interface--you don't need all the pop-up windows they show in the screenshots, as there are comprehensive right click menus and keyboard shortcuts. The number of clicks that it takes to get things done is significantly less in CP than any other CRM software I've used. For example, email integration is automatic after setup. Another example: to edit a card (contact, appointment, etc.), just double-click on any white space. To save those changes, double-click again. This level of intuitiveness surpasses even that of OS X Leopard, and is truly groundbreaking. There is no user guide or training videos yet, although my understanding is that they're working on this. Despite the lack of these resources, I was able to get up and running very quickly, digging deep into the extensive functionality. This is a real credit to CP's intuitiveness. I have not yet thoroughly tested network sharing, nor the email- and letter-merge capabilities. They look easy to configure and use, and robust like the rest of the application. More to come as I explore this functionality further...
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Bumbleb
17 March 2009
Version: 3.7.1
Daylite has more sales-related features, but Contactizer can really be customized, to suit your needs. I use categories, custom fields and different process workflows to make the Projects module in Contactizer behave like Daylite, with its Opportunities module. Contactizer has a much sweeter interface than Daylite. Means a lot to me, because I don't feel overwhelmed, but happy and inspired. Contactizer also has the ability to send newsletters / maintain mailing list, with each mail being sent separately (so it's not bounced as spam) with merge keys, so each mail is personal. And it works wonderfully. So, from the price, you can subtract whatever you'd otherwise pay for mailing list software. There are so many hidden features. Many users cry for a manual. Personally I think it is relatively easy to figure out myself. It's just not cookie-cutter easy. If it was, it would not fit the various workflows of different small businesses. What can be improved? Multi-user features / sharing / syncing. I look so much forward to the improvements to the sync features that the developers are hard at work, improving upon. Basically they are moving away from Apple's buggy Sync Services technology to Apple's new Calendar Store (I believe it's called something like that) which makes sync much more reliable and effortless.
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Ang
16 March 2009
Version: 3.7.1
What about adding the tasks in the custom projects (it's possible to add steps, but under each step, we have to add each time the repetitive task) ?
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Nessuno
16 March 2009
Version: 3.7.1
No option - as long as only Mac information can be synked (calendar, address book; NO projects etc.).
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M-Rick
12 October 2008
Version: 3.6.7
i think the interface is clunky and messy, and with a lot of contacts the application begins to be very very slow.
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Snuffyop
26 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Great Program works as advertised.. yet after buying the MUpromo on sept 5th.. and then the unlocking on the 8th I think.. I still have not received a license. and haven't gotten a reply to my 4 attempts to get through to support.
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Dynamitejet
13 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
OK, I have received mails from CP giving me the license now. It seems that I did indeed type my email address incorrectly, and wish to offer apologies for my earlier comment, even if I do not believe them to be derogatory. It would be nice for CP to not have such a convoluted registration system, on the other hand. With regards the app, I must say, and state again, that I purchased this bundle just on the merits of CP alone, and I am very pleased with the app. If you are having problems with the license being sent (or not), please check the mail address you furnished was the right one, with no typos. The developer did send me the license to the right address almost instantly, once I had contacted customer support. I do however uphold my earlier comments and do not believe them to be in any way unfair. Having been surprised by the developer's comment about incorrect email addresses (one normally pays attention to email addresses one types when purchasing applications), and having since admitted my mistake, (both here and in a mail to the developer) I did offer advice on double checking everything with the developer, which I believe fair comment and possible help for others experiencing similar problems, be them self-created or no. (Quote: Worth checking out if the same has happened to you.) Hope that clears things up. And good luck with the app - it is quite fabulous. I am a huge fan.
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Julien-Bouix
13 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
You didn't send me my license...
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Dynamitejet
12 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Further to some comments on this page. I bought the Promo on the 4th Sept... it is now the 12th and I STILL have no key. I try to access the help on the app developers page, and send off for the key, but the page is telling me it does not recognise my mail address (the one I used to purchase through the macupdate site) Have just sent a mail to the developer to try to get the key... but seriously... A WEEK SO FAR AND NO KEY? Ridculous. Especially as I bought the bundle primarily for this app. UPDATE: as I wrote this, I have received a mail from the developer, telling me that the reason I have had no key so far is that I typed my email address incorrectly. Perhaps, but all the other apps came through OK from macpromo, and my emails are usually autofilled by my mac... Worth checking out if the same has happened to you. The key is through now, and I will be testing the app fully - hopefully!!!
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Richcastillo
11 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
I am happy to report that I did receive my license, about a day and one half after my purchase. I am looking forward to using this application and will post a fair review in the future.
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Ddaley
10 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Have people received their licenses yet? I am considering the purchase of the mac update bundle. Thanks
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Nicktalop
10 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Same experience as below. Still waiting my activation license two, now three days after purchase. C'mon Objective-Dev, be serious with your customers...
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Richcastillo
09 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
STOP! If you are considering purchasing the MacUpdate promo to get this program. There seems to be a problem getting the license files emailed out. I followed the procedure to the letter and did not receive the license file and it has been over 24 hrs. First of all, I object to the concept of a license file, almost as much as I hate Adobe's activation system. There was no mention of this on the developer's website. It was a nasty surprise when I plugged in my newly purchased serial number and received a message that I will be emailed a license file. It is especially frustrating because I first demoed the app some time ago and I can't run it at all now because it has expired. I tried entering the serial number again and received a curt message that the license key had already been emailed to me. Oh, and of course I know to check my junk mail filter. I found a lost key form on the developer's website and submitted but the key was not immediately mailed to me. Do they actually have to have a human process these requests. That is just not acceptable in this day and age. So many developers now provide you with your license immediately after purchase that those of you who don't will fail to be competitive. I'm almost upset enough to onestar you. However, I will wait and do a real review if I get my license. Note that a few onestars will really hurt future sales. I purchase weekly on MacUpdate and weigh user ratings very heavily. I suspect that is true of others. Objective Decision, please get your act together because this looks like a sweet program (if I ever get my license).
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Aleve
08 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
I am honestly in love with this program. I have been looking for a solution for managing my contacts on my mac for some time now, hopefully in a manner that matches the simplicity of the Palm Desktop, and Contactizer Pro goes above and beyond. Not only is it easy to use when you first get started, but as you learn to use it, you discover its true power. I honestly can't think of anything I'd need or want to do with a contact organizer that I can't do with this program.
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Dranupkumarg
07 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
I have been trying to contact the developers for the licence last 5 days. I can't register with my number mailed to me from the macpromo team.
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Sln
06 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Filled out registration per instructions and never received key to use program.
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Nessuno
06 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Best of all (I have tried so far). Urgent feature request: As long as I can't sync projects via network or dotmac (office / out of office), this feature is of zero use for me.
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Shmk
05 September 2008
Version: 3.6.7
anybody else getting errors when trying to connect to the developers website? I haven't been able to connect since the app was unlocked in the bundle
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Babyfett
31 August 2008
Version: 3.6.7
Anyone know how to get the Project Manager to work? I want to buy the bundle for Contactizer alone, and while I love the UI and most of the features, the one that interests me the most is the Project Manager, but it seems very cumbersome and when you add a contact to a project it doesn't seem to show up in the contact's information (you can only see it through the project.) Am I missing something? Also, how do you attach notes to a project that's tied to the contact involved? I posted to the products forum and haven't got a single response. Any help would be appreciated.
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Slnew
05 August 2008
Version: 3.6.4
Very happy with Contactizer now. Way better and more stable than the previous version.
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5
Lawrence-Goodman
12 May 2008
Version: 3.6
I tried Daylite and this one. This is much better, easier to use, softer on the eyes. Also, and this is a really big deal, the Contactizer developers listen to their customers. Daylite doesn't. So yeah, Contactizer needs improvements, but you can believe they are working on them and they are going to get done.
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Studios-drakkar
01 May 2008
Version: 3.5.7
I have got a licence of Contactizer 3.5.7 to sell for 60$ only. jsperron@studiosdrakkar.com
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Stecchino
26 March 2008
Version: 3.5.7
After only a couple of weeks of using CP, I've purchased it. It has some shortcomings but it is, in my opinion, the best CRM/PIM product for Mac OS X. I recommend you try before you buy. Use it the full 30 day trial and see if it's great features outweigh any shortcomings for YOUR particular business purpose. Overall, it's got a true Mac application feel and intuitive interface. It's not currently networkable (you can share events and tasks but not contacts)--there is no client/server version at this point. Documentation is somewhat light and you'll need to utilize the support forums for some questions. Developers are pretty active on the forums, however. As of this writing, devs are coming out with 3.6 which will supposedly feature a "Day Board" and some shortcut keys to quickly add tasks and make it more GTD-friendly for helping to get those tasks "out of your head and somewhere safe" as David Allen would say. Sneak peek of 3.6 features HERE: http://www.objective-decision.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=647
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Akrobat
03 February 2008
Version: 3.5.7
After my review last year I had another go at this app. I actually use both Contactizer and SOHO. I use SOHO for the calendar function, the notes feature and it's easy networking accross computers. I use Contactizer for it's address book function, GTD feature and profect managment. That being said Contactizer is actually a very good app indeed, well laid out, easy to use, stable, intuitive. Great GTD manager etc. It's just a shame you can only sync via .Mac. If you have no .Mac account you're screwed. I don't know why they insist on doing that. I'll give it 4 stars because it deserves it. Like SOHO it gets most things perfect and falls short of a couple of important ones. SOHO's shortcomings are a decent GTD and Contacts manager plus it's incessant crashing. Contactizer needs to use the OpenBase DB system and could use a notebook system built in. All in all it's pretty good.
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Pinesap
29 December 2007
Version: 3.5.5
I first tried Contactizer Pro version 3.1 in January 07, but quickly switched back to DayLite because of: 1.) the lack of support for Projects, and 2.) the difficulty globally accessing data (events, tasks, contacts, etc). With version 3.5.5, a very sophisticated "Projects" module, and extremely easy access to all information modules (via the new Data Picker and Category huds) has been added. The combination of these two additions, the existing support for multiple category tagging, along with the tight integration with Apple's Address Book and Apple Mail, and a GORGEOUS interface makes this program, probably, the best PIM/CRIM for the MAC - and certainly the most pleasant to use on a daily basis. Two Thumbs UP!!
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Studios-drakkar
12 December 2007
Version: 3.5.5
Best PIM on the market. Already fully compatible with Leopard. Nice integration with Apple Mail, iCal and Address Book. Daylite doesn't integrate these programs very well. I used to work with Daylite, but it was buggy and not very stable on Mac Os 10.5 Leopard.
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Drfrank
05 December 2007
Version: 3.5.3
I've previously purchased FileMaker, Now Up to Date and Contact (NUDC), Entourage (Office 2004), SOHO Organizer and Daylite. I recently purchased Contactizer Pro. If you've been searching for a modern, intuitive, Mac contact manager that's tightly integrated with Apple's core technologies, check it out for yourself; the developer offers a fully functional 30-day demo.
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Bashosfrog
18 November 2007
Version: 3.5.1
I've got problems with CP 3.5.1, but I'm blocked from the Objective Decision website - can't send emails, can't view the support forums, nothing. My ISP is one of Australia's largest, I'm a professional who sends dozens of emails around the world each day - and this is apparently the only way I can get to Objective Decision and say, HEY! fix your server and give me support!
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Anon-Bud
13 November 2007
Version: 3.5
Well, I've tried this app again as my iCal is acting up and I really would like to have an integrated Contact Management/Calendar/Project application. I would dearly love to love this app. I've found I can get over the non-synching with all my iCal calendars, but editing contact information is a nightmare. I lost several contacts simply by trying to change the category of the contact. And since this synchs with Address Book, those contacts were also removed from AB. Thank goodness that I make regular backups every few days. Contactizer Pro is better than Soho Organizer and Daylite, IMHO. Now Up-to-Date/Contact is too old fashioned and the promised new version has been in the works for over a year. Entourage beats them all hands down (it really is quite excellent), but I just do not want to go back to that as I am trying to get away from using any Micro$oft products for good. Just for what it's worth!
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Ender21
04 November 2007
Version: 3.1.4
Great improvments in the 3.5 version. I can use my Nokia N90 now !!!
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Bumbleb
20 October 2007
Version: 3.1.4
So, where's that 3.5 update???
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Anon-Bud
09 August 2007
Version: 3.1.4
It's been a while since taking a look at this app and I am very impressed with it, especially the ability to link various elements with contacts. Two reasons, though, why I will not purchase this: 1) Does not sync with my different iCal calendars. It will only sync with iCal by creating a new Contactizer Calendar. This is not good for me as I rely on different calendars in my daily workflow. This is just a must have for me! 2) Does not render HTML in mail messages. With all the drawbacks of CRM4Mac, it at least renders HTML. I would just love to use this every day, but the above are deal breakers for me.
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Akrobat
17 July 2007
Version: 3.1.4
Basically a gloryfied iCal... however it is well done. I use Daylite as I find it till now the best, but this application would be my second choice over the rest of the PIMS. Some nice features that Daylite could learn from such as week numbers and the floating day view preview when in the month view. I would like to see auto sync if you have the same app on different machines such as in Daylite, so that joining your network automatically keeps both machines in sync. Some more user defined choices in the UI (customize toolbar etc) would be nice. I'll keep an eye on this for the next year or so.
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Bashosfrog
15 July 2007
Version: 3.1.4
Has this developer stopped developing? Haven't been able to contact the site for a couple of weeks, and emails bounce. A shame, because I was a potential buyer.
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Sunbeam
29 March 2007
Version: 3.1.4
I've been using this program on/off for two years but have been unable to make it my primary PIM for reasons I will state here. First, however, I'd like to point out that despite my criticism, I LOVE the program and I find the developer to be friendly, responsive (mostly) and deeply concerned about the product. I also think Contactizer wins my personal award as the best designed Cocoa program on OS X. I depend on a constant flow of tasks (with alarms) to manage my business. I like to be able to think of a task, quickly go to my computer (or Palm) to jot it down then move back to what I was doing. My biggest problem with Contactizer is that entry of any data types (tasks, contacts or calendar items) is far too tedious and rigid. One either must enter data the developer's way or there is no alternative. Unfortunately, the current method for entering new items is very restrictive and requires far too many mouse clicks. For example, to create a task I need to navigate to the task module, then select either a tiny "plus" button or use a keyboard command. There is no way to create a task while using other parts of the program. There is no way to create a task using a context sensitive menu or by double-clicking on a date, for example. Amazingly, the keyboard command to create a task doesn't work in any other part of the program EXCEPT the task module. Once I go through all the steps to open a new task window, it opens in the lower left of my screen, never remembering it's previous position. The window should simply open in the dead center of the screen as Apple's HUG's suggest. Because of my large screen, I'm forced to make yet another mouse click to bring the edit window into a comfortable working view for me. Now, I've got the edit window in view but several things don't work as elegantly as they should. If I want to choose a date for the item with the pop-up date widget it won't automatically disappear when I select a date (or move my mouse away) it requires yet another click to go away. Setting alarms is perhaps the most frustrating part of making a task. I now need to click on yet another item to make alarms show up. That's not so bad but the program gives me a blank window where I need to click YET AGAIN to create an alarm! Great, two additional clicks just to be able to set the alarm. Now the alarm I created is EMPTY and isn't populated with the due date I already set. So I need to deal with another pop-up date window to set the alarm to match the due date of the item I just created. But wait, the pop-up date selector in the alarm panel has a bug that forces me to click 2x just to make it go away! Now I'm wanting to set a time for the alarm. I SHOULD be able to tab from the date field to the time field and use my arrow and tab keys to set the time for the alarm. Virtually all other pims work this way. In Entourage, I can set a time and date for any item using only my arrow and tab keys. In Contactizer, the date fields are a mess and don't work as they should. I'm forced to grab my mouse to select the hour text, move to the keyboard, put in a time, now back to the mouse to select the minutes; back to the keyboard to enter a minute selection now back to the mouse to select the AM/PM setting and then FINALLY I'm done creating my task. So, this is why I cannot use Contactizer as my regular PIM. If I were just entering an occasional item and didn't use alarms I wouldn't care, but for hard-core professional use the interface is far too difficult and tedious to use for serious work. I did a little comparison with Entourage for ease of use when it comes to making a task with an alarm set two days in the future done the way I would normally do it. Here are the results: -Entourage was able to create the task in 5 mouse clicks when starting with the Contact pane of Entourage showing. -Contactizer took 18 CLICKS of the mouse to create the SAME TASK with the same alarm starting in the Contact pane of Contactizer!!!! Here are my suggestions for the developer: - make edit windows either open in the dead-center of the screen or have them remember where the user wants them - make all date/time entry fields the same throughout the program and refine them so they can be used exclusively with the up/down/left/right arrow keys. Just like Entourage which has perfect time entry fields. - Make the alarm fields pre-populated with the dates selected for the task item. Don't force the user to enter the same dates twice for the same task! - Give users many more options for creating items. How about a menu bar item; double-clicking on a date in the calendar to generate an item; a context sensitive menu item; a dock icon menu. There are SO MANY ways I could think of to offer choices for the user but Contactizer offers absolutely no alternative ways to generate new items. I have a few other quibbles with the program and I emailed the developer some of these requests/suggestions about two updates ago. My suggestions were well recieved and hopefully they will incorporate my suggestions into the program and make it more comfortable for heavy-duty use. Until then I'm stuck with Entourage. BTW, I also find the limitation of iCal syncing to be a deal-breaker when using my Palm. What use is it to dump all my data into a generic iCal calendar? If it doesn't sync my categories it's useless to me. Over time I've discovered that Apple's syncing technology is no more than a useless marketing gimmick. I wish Contactizer would write a proper Palm conduit like Entourage and Daylite have but I'm not going to hold my breath.
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Frequency
02 February 2007
Version: 3.1
I've had a quick look at this application and must admit I'm quite impressed. It has a smooth intuitive UI and clear functionality. Screen area is maximised for your data and it's very mac-like. Window switching can be a bit sluggish at times. The developers are obviously looking to steal some markket share from Daylite but IMHO there are a couple of hings they need to do to seriously put a dent in Daylite's lead. 1) Some kind of support for projects. May be as simple as allowing tasks to be grouped in project folders. 2) The price. Even if the price is reduced by 20 or 30 bucks the perceived value will be greater. It will be a no-brainer to buy Contactizer if it was $85. Pricing it above $100 puts it in the same space as Daylite which still has far more features.
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Marni
31 January 2007
Version: 3.1
I am a Master Certified DayLite Partner. I have just tried this software and am very impressed. I think in time it will develop into something really special.
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Joshua-M-Cohen
21 January 2007
Version: 3.0.3
Tried to purchase the software but always says transaction failed with out further information. Since my credit card is working I assume this is bad for sales
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Jt-xiii
13 October 2006
Version: 3.0.2
This app has a splendid UI, well thought-out. The major flaw (and deal-killer in my case) is the inability to sync the calendar through the sync service. A quick google search showed the programmers were quite sensitive about this and not very likely to provide with a quick solution. If you can live without syncing it's probably worth a try. If not, the wonderful experience will become frustrating after entering your first appointment. Too bad, I was about to actually pay for software.
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Ender21
04 October 2006
Version: 3.0.1
Great release. Some work need to be done for synchronisation, but the soft is really nice. Keep on ;-)
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4.75
bardo
23 February 2006
Version: 2.6.5
OD4 Contact is the best of the bunch. As a prior beta-tester for several PC-based CRM products with a database with roughly 5,000 business and personal contacts that are both companies and individuals, I can say that this is the best program out there for the Mac. I've tried Outlook, which tries to be all things and is mediocre at most. I've tried Daylite, which seemed to have the answer, but was not user friendly enough. I've tried CRM4Mac, which didn't work for me either. And I've tried Now Contact and Now Up-to-Date which were close, but a bit awkward to use and not robust enough to allow for multiple contacts tied to a single company. And Address Book, well... it's just an address book. OD4 Contact has a great interface. It's easy to use and pleasant to look at. Its engine uses the Address Book database that is native to Macs, so the interface with other apps that tap into Address Book is seamless. The Lookup and Mapping features in OD4 Contact are a thoughtful addition, and the data is kept in a very organized fashion. The developers are incredibly responsive, and are responding to requests in subsequent releases. I have put the trust of myslef and my company into OD4 Contact and believe that the company and developers will follow suit by continuing to provide their users with a superior product. In all fairness, there are still some features that need to be added, like email logging, call disposition, along with some drag-drop functionality for adding phone numbers from one contact to another, but I think they'll be smart enough to add these and additional user documentation to a future major release. I highly recommend giving the product a thorough shot via their freee fully functional 30-day trial.
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4.25
Lothar67
14 August 2005
Version: 2.6
Die Software bringt prinzipiell alle Funktionen mit sich, die ich mir von einer modernen, klassischen Kontaktsoftware unter OS X wünsche. Wenn da nicht nachstehende Schattenseiten wären: Was sich mir als sehr, sehr negativ darstellt, ist die Tatsache, daß der technische Support Emails, wenn überhaupt, erst nach tage- bzw. wochenlanger Verspätung/Wartezeit beantwortet. - Es sind etliche kleine Fehler vorhanden, die unbedingt behoben werden sollten. Die summieren sich und machen vieles unnötig mühsam. - Beispiel: Man kennzeichnet Aufgaben farblich, ist jedoch nicht in der Lage diese ebenso in Farbe zu drucken - Es ist nicht möglich Aufgaben mit einem selbst ins System gebrachten Warnton zu versehen - Des Weiteren dauert es viel zu lange, bis man, nachdem bereits bezahlt/abgebucht wurde, eine Seriennummer bekommt. Das ist nicht in Ordnung. Alles in allem bekommt man für den Preis ein vielversprechendes Stück Software, an dem unbedingt noch gearbeitet werden muß. Der OD4Contact Kunden-Supporter sollte gefeuert werden!!!
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4.75
Anonymous
01 June 2005
Version: 2.5.2
Now with some improvements its a very nice and usefull app. Keep on working hard on it :-)
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4.5
Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.1.1
Good improvements. More reactive, and less buggy. I Like the window remember. Many pb of 2.1 are gone. Keep this good working !
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Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.1
Bought 2.0. Since then, i have had more bad than good experiences. 1st, bluetooth does not work for me. repeated emails to support go unanswered. There is "zero" documentation. You are on your own if you can't figure something out. Second, since 2.1 the app constantly crashes in the comm center module. iCal integration is a MUST for the next release,otherwise it's useless. Mail integratin is buggy (crashes) and not being able to see the body of the email renders it pretty useless. This product feels more like a beta software, it's not polished and solid. Not sure if it's that much better (and integrated) than MS Entourage with the Project Center. elfer
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4.75
Anonymous
10 March 2005
Version: 2.1
Keep up the very good work ! Many bugs fixed. Many new features that are of great value for working rapidly. A lot of time gain. But please, in the next release, is it possible to have the app remind windows positions ? Et en plus c'est en Français, Bravo !
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4.75
Jean Lyon
09 March 2005
Version: 2.1
I have bought OD4Contact since version 1 when it was only a promising app. It is now maturing nicely with new features coming with every new release. Developpers are listening to user's comments and suggestions, responding fast to bugs and problems. Has never crashed for me ( G4 Panther 10.3.7) Probably the best on the market and very good value for the money in my book. Keep up the good work !
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$119.90

2.8

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  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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