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A few months ago I wrote about Xobni, a plugin for Outlook. I created that post basing only on what I learned on their homepage.

A few weeks later Xobni team sent me an email with a special link to the installation file. I downloaded and installed Xobni, and played with it.

I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks now and I must say I’m very satisfied! I’ve been using it most to find emails or attachments in my Inbox or Archive folder; this works pretty fast and is very handy. Searching mailbox has never been easier icon smile Xobni It’s also interesting to see the email statistics like characteristics of email traffic, who you keep in touch most frequently, etc. There are even a few more useful features which you can discover yourself icon smile Xobni

To sum up, I really recommend this Xobni. It’s a great piece of software that can save you much time!


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Xobni is declared to be a new look at your email. Even the neme is tightlt connected to email – “xobni” is the word “inbox” backwords icon smile Xobni

All in all, Xobni is a plugin for Microsoft Outlook that comes along with Microsoft Office. According to the authors Xobni allows:

  • fast email search
  • extract phone numbers from emails
  • fast access to email attachments
  • view emails as threaded conversation
  • navigate your inbox by people
  • presentic email statistics

Currently, Xobni works only with Microsoft Outlook. In future it is planned to assist Yahoo Mail, Gmail, Thunderbird and other email platforms.

The first impression is great. However, I haven’t tested it yet because I couldn’t download it. In the download page I could only read:

We have reached the limit of our open-invitation beta period. We will be rolling out beta invitations over the next several weeks.

The only thing I could do was to sign up and wait for invitation to download this tool. Still waiting…

Should you have any experience with Xobni, please share it.