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Email Assistant

a startup idea shared by Frodo on 05/09/2011

At work I have to process 100's of emails a day. I typically have them build up in my in box because I have to do something and then respond. For emails that I send, I also have to track that I get a response. I use outlook and there are flags and categories - but what I need is an automatic queueing assistant to put things I need to do and things I need to follow-up on into a structure by person and time-frame. I have tried tools like xobni and lookout which are helpful - but nothing I have found will take care of organizing and keeping me from dropping things. It would be cool if there were some tool like that.

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