It's an interesting sort of reaction when a list of "annoying software" comes out and your product is not on it, to the surprise of many...and even more surprising, the product that for years, we were told that all those end users prefer is.

Then there's Microsoft's Outlook. Things have been getting better for those whose corporate upgrade strategy allows it, but with major updates happening every four years or so that's a long time to be looking at a non-threaded, licence-restricted storage- squeezed, treacle-slow-searching email system. Especially while the online services get better and better, and doubly so now that email is the single most important business application ever created.
Link: ZDNet UK: Annoying software: A rogue's gallery > (Thanks Ben, Steve, and Nathan)

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