The GTD Outlook Add-in has received a good deal of attention in this forum.
What about Eric Mack's "eProductivity Enhancements for Lotus Notes"?
Has anyone here tried his system?
See "Eric Mack's eProductivity Web Site" -- http://www.ica.com/
From the look of the templates on Mr. Mack's website, it seems it might beat hands down the GTD Outlook Add-in.
My sense is that Outlook is fundamentally flawed or misconceived for GTD project management -- at least for those of us whose work entails managing/handling _dozens_ of concurrent projects for many different clients. (My case -- solo practitioner lawyer.)
Act! 2005 may also be a better alternative than GTD-enhanced Outlook, given the database improvements in its latest release, including the addition of a template field for "companies."
Does anyone on this forum have ANY idea how these methods compare?
Given the complexity of these "solutions," names and contact info for consultants who CAN KNOWLEDGEABLY COMPARE, advise and consult on these various programs would also be much appreciated.