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Does anyone know if there is a Macintosh program whose features are roughly equivalent? This PC software runs on VPC, but is fairly sluggish. Appreciate any Macintosh software that you might be aware of, preferable OSX native. TIA...

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    Default ACT! Equivalent for Mac?

    Does anyone know if there is a Macintosh program whose features are roughly equivalent? This PC software runs on VPC,
    but is fairly sluggish. Appreciate any Macintosh software that you might be aware of, preferable OSX native.

    TIA
    compuser Guest

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    compuser <compusercompuser.net> writes:
    > Does anyone know if there is a Macintosh program whose features are
    > roughly equivalent? This PC software runs on VPC, but is fairly
    > sluggish. Appreciate any Macintosh software that you might be aware
    > of, preferable OSX native.
    They discontinued development for the Mac a couple of years ago.

    The recommended substitute, AFAIK, is Now Up-to-Date & Contact.

    I know of at least one person who used to live-or-die by Act!
    and he's been using Now ever since he moved to OS X.

    See:

    [url]http://www.poweronsoftware.com/[/url]



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    compuser <compusercompuser.net> writes:
    > In article <yobptkiz8o1.fsfpanix3.panix.com>, [email]BreadWithSpamfractious.net[/email] wrote:
    > > I know of at least one person who used to live-or-die by Act!
    > > and he's been using Now ever since he moved to OS X.
    > > [url]http://www.poweronsoftware.com/[/url]
    > Thanx for the response. I have Now Contact, and my initial
    > observation is that it is not close to the same feature set.
    > Perhaps I am missing something?
    Probably not. I just asked and my friend's response was:

    "nah... ACT is better, but they stopped supporting it..."

    But he does indicate that it has the most essential things -
    like tracking individual instances of contact with people, etc.



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