Download Smart Schedules for Outlook (Free Trial and Full version)
Download Smart Schedules by clicking the button on the right.
Supports Outlook 2000,2002,2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (32)
Save the Installation file
You will be asked to save the file to disk. Choose Save File and the file will be saved to your desktop (or to the folder you set for downloads in your browser options).
Run the Downloaded File
When the download is done, double-click on the downloaded file. Click on Run to open the SmartSchedules Setup application to guide you through the rest of the installation.
Start using SmartSchedules in Microsoft Outlook.
Open Outlook and start using SmartSchedules.
In Smart Schedules, you can define the templates once and then use them to quickly schedule all required Tasks and Appointments to get a project completed at the click of a button.
Automatically Deploy to Client Computers in Enterprise or Organization
If you want to deploy our Outlook addins to your whole enterprise or organization (using Active Directory), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will send you a link to an MSI installation package with instructions for customizing and deployment using Windows Server Group Policies
Great Software but what's more important, great commitment of the sales team to make the customer win.Sharif VanDerBurgh
Head of Change Management and Development Programs
Smart Schedule is another time saving and accuracy enhancing product from the people who brought me Quick-File. Thank you, Standss.Don Zahnle, REALTOR
offers timely and responsive support of every product they have created. Every company should strive to deliver customer and tech support the way this company does.Dennis M. Najjar, CPA, Co-Founder, AccountingDepartment.com, LLC
“Smart Schedules takes the pain out of the repetitive scheduling of the tasks and calendar entries of every company's standard processes. Its elegantly simple format bridges the gap between project management software that is too complex and Outlook's complete lack of 'batch scheduling' tools.”Peter O'Donnell