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5 Ways to Get Fewer Emails (Finally)
Apr14

5 Ways to Get Fewer Emails (Finally)

This probably isn’t the first article you’ve read about taming the email beast. You know all about categorizing, filtering, batching your time, etc., etc. But no matter how savvy your email system is, managing your inbox is still attacking the symptom, not the problem. What if you just got less email…

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Flynumber.com – Virtual Numbers For Making Calls

If you have relatives or friends living abroad and you miss them dearly, then this is a service you should try out at least once. It will let you get in touch with them by using virtual numbers and free forwarding. This service comes in two different incarnations: you can get a phone number that is actually local to you, and have it forwarded to the destination you are trying to reach, or you can get a phone number that is local to...

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TellFi.com – Phone Systems For Companies

Starting at $10 a month, TellFi gives business users a chance to have a phone system that works entirely online. Companies that go for this service will face no IT setup – when creating an account, users are presented with a UI that lets them configure everything regardless of how technically-minded or not they are. And no hardware has to be dealt with, either. As it was to be expected from what is a paid service TellFi comes...

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MailNuggets.com – Resending Filtered Emails

Mail Nuggets is an interesting service that enables you to filter parts of emails before they are delivered to another person. The idea is to let you share emails with others, without actually sharing information that might be too sensitive or too personal. Also, a service like Mail Nuggets will give you all the peace of mind you need for sending an email to an account that doesn’t really seem that safe to you. In all these cases,...

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Spyvo.com – Being Fully Communicated At All Times

Spyvo is a new multi-purpose service. It makes me think a lot of aSwiss Army knife because it will let you arrange auto reminders, search eBay, forward e-mails to SMS and tweet out mostly at the same time. In that way, you will never bypass vital information again, nor will it pass you by itself. You will not forget a birthday, bidding for that item you found on eBay you initially liked and subsequently forgot all about… The...

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