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Your Very Own Personal Assistant

How many times during the day do you forget a little task? Do you ignore your Outlook reminder box, even though you diligently put things on your calendar?

I've found a solution: Sandy the personal assistant ("I Want Sandy"). This free, web-based e-mail assistant send emails to your Inbox and also to your cell phone (if you choose to do so) pursuant to your requests. Sandy also starts your day with an overview of the tasks on your calendar. The emails also have attachments that allow you to import them into your Outlook calendar.

Sandy also interacts with Jott, a free service that allows you to dictate short messages to yourself and have them emailed to your Inbox.

For some reason, my Outlook reminder box goes unnoticed. The emails from Sandy and Jott do not and help me to remember all the small things during my day.

Both services are extremely easy to setup and use (approximately 10 minutes a piece).

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