DejaOffice is an amazing Personal CRM with PC Sync to Outlook, Act!, Goldmine
and Palm Desktop. Download now to try it! Full support for color categories on
your calendar. Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes all in one place. This is
extended by a history database, and appointment and...
It was pretty good...
After the last update the app started changing custom event alarm events that were measured in days to single day with no warnings. It’s native sync to apple contacts constantly shuts itself off without telling you. I also routinely have to wipe all the tasks from my device to get the sync with my computer to actually reflect on my phone changes made on my laptop. I can only assume that haven’t done any serious testing in over a year as the last 2 are not new issues and the first issue is very similar to one about a year ago that had supposedly been fixed.
Perfect App For My Needs
This app won where MSOffice failed. I have a Mac and an iPhone. Outlook couldn’t sync without jumping through hoops. Bought this app and it syncs my contacts and my calendar without issue! Great support too! Love love love it!
Won’t sync with native calendar without duplicates or not at all. Wipe native calendar setting doesn’t work. Constant event alarms even when turned off and event expired hours ago. Uninstall didn’t help. Used for years on Blackberry but iOS version is junk. Update: CompanionLink support said to stop syncing with the native calendar. So, I guess that means no solution. Granted, DejaCalendar works fine.
Crashes every few minutes,
Can’t use crashes too much
Deja office does not integrate with outlook365
Great app, Great support
Although the app is designed to sync to other products, I find it excellent as a stand alone product for my IPad. DejaOffice fit my needs of being able to have a history/journal of events with contacts along with a great search and sort feature. You can call, email and print most data which is excellent when you need a paper copy or need to send someone information. It is so complete I am still learning new thing everyday. I have also contacted Support with a question and received a response the same day. Great service! And unlike some apps where they won't have an update in a year DejaOffice continues to update and support Apple software changes to ensure their product does not have issues. As to my wish or improvement would be to be able to switch between the different apps within the program without having to go to their home page first. As an example I would like to go directly from calendar and contacts skipping their home page but that's it. My only concern is the way it displays in Apple's App. Store. Doing a search for CRM or contact manager does not show this product which is a shame because I think a lot of people don't know about this great program and I worry the apple base maybe slow to grow because of this. Give it a try......
Great product and company stands behind
I have an iPhone 4s and wanted my calendar and contacts from outlook 97 on my pc to sync over. Had been looking for a solution for a while and was excited to try this as seemed only simple solution. Downloaded free companionlink trial to pc and dejaoffice but could not get records to sync, became frustrated and turned to tech support. Emailed back and forth a bit then finally spoke with live person. Support was amazing. Found I needed to upgrade pc and iPhone versions. Also, needed to rename a duplicate outlook folder. Voila! It works! My calendar is 100% accurate and now usable on iPhone. Contacts too. I bought companion link immediately as this program has been a godsend for me to get my 800 contacts and 3400 calendar events appearing on my iPhone properly. Also wifi sync is great too. For me, well worth the $50 fee. Thank you! Ps this is my first review - first time I've felt so excited about an app.
Outlook 2013 sync to iPhone that actually works!
I have struggled for years. I love my iPhone and I have to use Office, but the two don't like each other! I have struggled with only mediocre success to get the two to at least sync the contacts. I origianally read about Deja Office in the SkyMall catalog, but never followed thrugh. After buying a new PC I again struggled to get the new Office 2013 to talk with iTunes. At one point loosing the data on my phone, fortunately I backed it up. Finally I went back to try Deja Office, WOW it works! It acts as a mediator between the iPhone and Office. I can use the iPhone app or the Deja app to make call emails etc. It is all syncronized with my laptop office and it actually is in the right data file so I can use contacts to send emails. AMAZING these two behemoths can't figure out how to work together for the benefit of their customers.
I REALLY want to love this app.....just can’t
Was a previous Palm user for years. With the death of Palm, had to try something else. Got an ipad which I love. Although extracting my palm contacts to ipad was easy with companion link, Deja Ofc leaves MUCH to be desired. I have been trudging along with Deja Ofc for years now as have not found ano program or app that can categorize the way this can. However, there are so many other things Deja can’t do - search by phone number, sync correctly via wifi (gave up on that and had to pay to go to Cloud), doesn’t sync with the Apple native contact list (don’t even try - you’ll end up with dups up the ying-yang - even if only syncing one way!), and can’t use Apples reminders either. Idiosyncrasies abound within this app, so I continue to trudge. After a terrible CS issue last week, had to go premium ($129 a year folks) to solve some of the problems (some were just not fixable), but at least now I can call in everyday if I need to. If anyone knows of a better app - pray tell!!
Over 1 month of trying, still not working (Ipad-Time&Chaos
I would imagine the only reason anyone would try this app would be to use an Iphone/Pod/Pad with their exisitng contact management software. In my case that would be ChaosSoftware's Time & Chaos/Intellect. Their Palm solution has worked flawlessly for years until they decided there were too many devices out here for a small company to internally develop sync solutions for (they're right..). They recommend CompanionLink, that apparently is suitable for many combinations of device & contact software. I still have an old Palm Centro for a phone simply so I didn't have to work with CompanionLink (Chaos's old sync solution still works). Palm OS is dead, so I bought an Ipad. Just want to get my contacts to sync (both ways) with it. 30 days later I still can't get the sync to work, despite working with "3rd level support" and "the developers" from CompanionLink. 3 weeks into the effort they come up with the "we're working on a fix that the next release will introduce. Be patient" Great. Also a lie.. Installed this "fix", no change. The only reason you'd use DejaOffice is to use ComanionLink with your exisitng contact manager and a device. It's poorly written, lacks basic features, somehow slows down the normally fast Ipad and WON'T SYNC! This is just terrible software and CompanionLink is a terrible company to work with. Sorry for taking so long to get to the point..
Works great for me
I am seeing a lot of bad reviews, but my experience has been just the opposite. I held onto my Windows Palm for 7 years (!!!) waiting for a new Windows phone, only to finds that it did not sync with Outlook, unless you were using Exchange. After much research, I found this app. Deja Office and Companion Link are the reason I gave up my outdated Windows phone and switched to the iPhone. I am a heavy user of Outlook categories with many categories assigned to contacts, calendar events, and notes. I have been using thus app for nearly two years, and don't give it a second thought. It works fine and syncs a very large amount of contacts and calendar events. (ie think OCD-like volume of detail and documentation. There are some occasional quirks, but it seems they are addressed and fixed quickly. I had a good experience with support early on. I have bee. Very pleased with thus app. It does what it is designed to do, and there aren't any annoying ads or in app upgrades to buy. Purchase CompanionLink and you are done. Great job! Thanks for helping me stay organized. (On another note, I will add that I have given up using Outlook Notes in high favor if Evernote.)
Hope it comes together
I have seen minor recent improvements and found work stooges too. To sync over network you must go into set up, select the other sync option, then select network sync again. Then go to Companionlink on PC, reenter at least one number on the network address, then you can sync. It is extremely inconvenient but it does work. My greatest frustration is it will not sync photos as it would with my Blackberry. Don't want the Blackberry back, by do want photos badly. Was originally promised, and tech support tried for several weeks but they ultimately sent out a notice and removed it as a feature. There are several other things it will not do, that was just my big deal. I have used ACT for years and ACT with Companion Link Pro with my Blackberry Tour for the last two years. It would not do everything I wanted, but it did do what was promised and what I needed. When Verizon got IPhones, I converted over. I don't miss the Tour but do miss a lot of the capabilities I lost in the transition. Those losses are related to Companion Link not working well with the iPhone. Companion Link appears to be working on fixes, but not overly successful thus far, at least for professionals. It would likely meet home needs but is not even remotely ready for business and Apple products. Though I am hopeful I am not yet functional.
"Not Quite Ready For Prime Time"
Did not work reliably to sync (using the Companion Link software; free 14-day trial after which it's $40) the calendar between Palm Desktop v4.1.4 running on a WinVista Home Premium SP2 (32-bit) and an iPod Touch (4th gen) running iOS 4.2. I was able to d/l my entire calendar (minus a few events) to the Touch (which took ~30 min), but events added to the Touch did not get added to the PC when sync was repeated with the correct setting on the CompanionLink software; the reverse seemed to work. The web-based "Submit an Online Support Ticket" (for Companion Link) did not work, and when I called to start a new ticket, the tech was little more than a phone agent who promised to send me detailed instructions via email that was different from what's available on the web site (which I already read and used), but merely sent me the same links. I'll probably try this again sometime down the road.
Ok, but still needs a lot of tweaking
I use this with Time and Chaos on my Desktop. Til now I have used Companion link to sync contacts and appointments from T and C to my iPhone via Google. It works flawlessly. But tasks don't sync. So I was hoping this program would provide a solution. And it does in an unsatisfactory manner. My first thought is to have everyone at your company use DjaOffice. Then the things that need to be fixed become obvious. Here are three big issues. 1. The visual interface is very poor and lacking. I let everything sync to iCal and iContacts just for the visual interface. 2. When inputting an appt into DejaOffice I have to type in the time? Difficult at best. Use the native app and link the input field to a scroll wheel like you do with the date. 3. VERY IMPORTANT! Appts input into iCal do not autosync to DejaOffice. HUH? Everything else autosyncs. FIX THIS!! At least give me a program option to have this autosync on a timed basis. This program could be great with a few fixes.
Well worth the wait and effort!!!
I've used Companionlink to great success for YEARS, on numerous hardware and software platforms (Palm Dektop, Act!, Outlook, Palm Pilot, iPhone, etc). I tried DejaOffice when it was initially integrated with Companionlink and found the integration and functionality to be rather problematic. Fortunately further improvements have been made and now it seems to work beautifully. Sync time has vastly improved and stability has been perfect since the first install. Configuring the app and sync settings properly is NOT simple, but after some experimentation, I got it working very reliably. Great app!
Yes. DejaOffice CRM with PC Sync is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 39 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.5/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for DejaOffice CRM with PC Sync Is 53.4/100.
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DejaOffice CRM with PC Sync works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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