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Failed upgrade
This upgrade is an epic fail! Please fix it ASAP!
Ceo877 on Sep 29, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Don't upgrade!!!
9/28 upgrade results in black screen. Worked fine prior to that. It's buggy, but seems to be the only option if you use Act.
Clarkl23 on Sep 28, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Great, DejaOffice continues to be much worse and less dependable than Outlook Express. I am still looking for another Palm Desktop interactive or one to replace Palm Desktop all-together with better conversion than "Time and Chaos version 7". 1.2.5 does not launch and blackens screen.....then, returns to desktop.
Skyking808 on Sep 27, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Failure to launch
Excited to see a new download, stopped using the native integration. After updating Deja office would not start, just a black screen, un-installed and reinstalled but previous data gone. Had to sync with native data, now we have to see what happens when I sync to PC. Great concept poor execution!
Doc Ozone on Sep 27, 2011 for DejaOffice
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1.2.5 9/26/11
Failure to launch. Newest version will not launch. App starts, goes to black screen, then fails, taking me back out of app. Crash city.
kmcarlson on Sep 26, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Great features, but does not work on my (and others) ipad
GRRRRRR, great features, but syncing is a real problem, regardless of how you try it. The IPAD app crashes 90% of the time and resyncing just duplicates the entries. Support services keep trying to blame their PC program or the PC, asking for more and more logs, even though I keep telling them, the crash is on the IPAD side. Very frustrating. about 1 in 10 communication is responded to by someone who is listening. Keep track of that person, cause that person is the only possibilty for help. Stopped trying to use it until they provide a solution. It does screw up and loses your data if your are not careful: Backup ALWAYS. How can such a great idea, go so wrong?
Desparately seeking competence on Sep 16, 2011 for DejaOffice
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