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Startup Xobni has generated a good deal of buzz – our parent weblog GigaOm was suitably impressed with an early version. But so far, it’s been tough to get hold of a copy. That’s changed as of today, with the release of their public beta version: […]

ScreenshotStartup Xobni has generated a good deal of buzz – our parent weblog GigaOm was suitably impressed with an early version. But so far, it’s been tough to get hold of a copy. That’s changed as of today, with the release of their public beta version: if you’re an Outlook user, you can get started with this plugin without even giving them an email address.

Xobni includes enhanced search, a sidebar to track conversations, and social networking tools built right into Outlook. They’ve also mentioned the prospect of building versions for other email clients, though those have not yet appeared.

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  1. Jijnes Patel Monday, May 5, 2008

    I just installed it. It’s a great complement to Outlook, providing easy access to information as well as helpful in understanding your email habits and those that email you.

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