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  • Business Contact Manager of Outlook 2003

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm new here and to GTD. Well, I've read and implemented some of the GTD concepts a year ago. Now, I'm trying to simplify.

    I was using both act 2005 and outlook and want to simplify.

    So, since outlook is more universal, I switched to it.

    Now, outlook 2003 has an a program called Business Contact Manager as part of Office 2003 Pro. So I installed it.

    One of the abilities is to have Accounts and Contacts. Accounts are basically like a company and contacts are people within the company.

    So. I want to track projects having outlines, etc.

    It seems like it would be good to create Accounts for @computer, @work, etc. Then create Contacts for each particular project that has multiple steps.

    Am I smoking? What do ya'll think?

    Thanks,

    Ed

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    Ed, check in the search, there is somebody that uses contact as projects that you can maybe ideas

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