DejaOffice: Insanely Bad Review

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Insanely Bad
Either the installation instructions are flat wrong, or the product simply does not work with iPhone/Outlook. There is a walk setup walkthrough on Companionlink site but when it doesn't work there is no searchable support and they have the galls to offer help for $29. Don't pay until/unless you get it working. Even then don't expect help without getting slammed with more fees.
thebrightestcolor on Feb 15, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Poor Quality control & False Advertising of your product
I just had a very poor experience with the purchase of the CompanionLink software. I followed all product instructions and configurations steps only to end up calling AT&T then Apple for support on trying to get the application to synch with my Lotus Notes. After three re-installs of both the DejaOffice on the iPhone and CompanionLink on my PC – Nothing is working 4 and half hours later. Not sure who is to blame here the developers of the program for putting out a poorly documented and supported product or the Apple Store for letting half baked application be marketed thru their store. This was not a 99 cent app or $ 2.00 application. I paid over $ 69.00 for this application and feel I was taken for a joy ride. Very poor way to do business for a new company who advertises so much functionality yet they are not able to perform a simple synchronization function. If I do not hear back from their Technical Support group I will have to ask for a refund and search for a new Lotus Notes solution. Very unhappy about the high price and not able to use the application on top of wasting over 5 hours of my busy schedule
Very Disappointed Ex-Customer on Feb 6, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Not ready for prime time
You better like this program, becuase it puts groups in your iPad contact app, and doesn't remove them when you uninstall. And don't try what I did: re-install to try to get rid of the groups--because you'll just end up with duplicate groups (Business, Business... Personal...).
guiman.david on Feb 5, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Good Idea, Does NOT work
This would be great if it actually worked. Downloaded the CompanionLink for Outlook Desktop software that is required for sync, only to find that the program hangs and will not ever fully sync the outlook calendar and contacts with the iPhone. Most of my contacts came in, but not the calendar. I gave it a good try by restarting the process over again 3 times with no luck. Dissappointing. Thankfully this has a 14 day trial and i didnt pay the steep $39.95 price up front for the CompanionLink.
TaniaLC on Feb 3, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Horrible App
This app is simply horrendous it doesn't work at all. When I tried to add an event to my calendar it wouldn't let me control any of the repeat, category, or alert information. After creating the event and then going in to edit those details it wouldn't let me save those changes! Furthermore, it would arbitrarily crash. Needs MAJOR WORK.
AlphaOmegaPrima on Jan 28, 2011 for DejaOffice
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Just spent 2 hours with ACT, CampanionLink and my Certified ACT Consultant about this product not working at all. Let me be clear, the problem was not a minor glitch, it was that the Deja Office refused to sync with my workstation. First we tried a wired sync. When that would not work at all, we then tried a wireless sync. Same problem. They blamed the problem on Apple of course and told me that they were working on a fix, but had absolutely no idea of when that fix would happen. When I told the Tech Support at Deja Office the phone was taking several hours to perform a daily sync and they did not seem to think that this was even a problem. WOW! If you want you Iphone to sync with ACT, this is definately not the way to go. Unfortunataely there are no other sync paths that work either.
Q195 on Jan 27, 2011 for DejaOffice
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