Please don't shoot me. I used NUDNC years ago and liked it. A couple of years ago I needed something that would work with phone valet and a phone line to dial out, record calls and use caller ID to bring up the callers information. Daylite did the job. I still find Daylite to be a little complicated. I am taking another look at Now X.
Does Now X dial out either by itself or with another program? Can it recognize Caller ID and pop up the record of the person calling?
I have tried to find a good example of how to use Now X. I am in sales and need to track a lot of people from lead to client. I nee to track all the calls and emails, basically all contact with the person. Also I would like to be able to have everything associated with that contact go away when the contact is deleted. With Daylite you have to delete each item associated with the contact or they simply become orphans floating around in Daylite space. Is there a video out there that gives a good overview of what Now X can do; how to enter a contact and work with them?
Last but not least is the iphone vs Palm Pre debate. I am primarily on Mac and now Daylite has come out with a nice (although expensive) iphone app but you have to have Daylite on a server always connected to the internet. With that, though, you have all information available and live. How well does Now X play with the iphone and the Palm Pre?
Sorry for the rambling. I look forward to your responses.
how do NOW users use NOW on their iPhones? Or does NOW show up on iPhones as iCal?
There is no separate Now X for iPhone application at the present. Any events or contacts created in Now X sync to Mac OS X Sync Services which then syncs to the iPhone, just as do events created in iCal and contacts created in Address Book.
BTW, to Robert, this forum is intended for the older Now Up-To-Date & Contact and so isn't frequented as much. If you have a question about the Now X Public Beta, you'll generally get more and quicker responses if you post in the Now X Public Beta forums.
Dave Sawyer ----------- iMac 24 2.8GHz Mac OS X 10.6.2 PowerMac G5 2GHz DP Mac OS X 10.5.8 Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7
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