DejaOffice CRM with PC Sync 4+

CompanionLink Software

Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 60 Ratings
    • Free



DejaOffice is an amazing Personal CRM with PC Sync to Outlook, Act!, Goldmine and Palm Desktop.

DejaOffice is an amazing Personal CRM with PC Sync to Outlook, Act!, Goldmine and Palm Desktop.

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Full support for color categories on your calendar.

Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes all in one place. This is extended by a history database, and appointment and task completion.

Choose Outlook mode, Act! mode, Goldmine mode, or DejaOffice mode to unlock features specific to those PC platforms. New Direct mode allows you to go directly to Apple Contacts and Calendar.

Fast note taking. Easily add a timed Contact note which synchronizes to your PC. Automatic follow up when you make an outbound call.

DejaOffice Contacts list shows Name, Phone, Company, and Category. Sort Contacts by last name or company name. Group by City or Zip.

Time zone management so your calendar is stable when you travel.

Direct USB, Encrypted Wi-Fi and Secure DejaCloud Sync. DejaOffice does not require Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, iCloud or Google.

Here is what people love about DejaOffice:

• Persistent Alarms so you never miss an Event
• Link Contacts to calendar events and tasks
• Calendar Day, Week, Week Grid and Year View
• 9 Custom fields per Contact
• Hide Private Contacts and Notes just like old Palm
• Task styles: (GTD, Franklin Covey, TBYL, Outlook-style, Palm-style)
• Dual pane viewing on iPad

Sync DejaOffice with your PC Windows or Mac based CRM:

• Microsoft Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019
• Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes sync with IMAP and POP3 folders.
• Microsoft Office 365
• Microsoft Business Contact Manager
• Act! and Act! Growth Suite
• Palm Desktop
• FrontRange GoldMine
• New in 2019: DejaOffice PC CRM

Works with CompanionLink on the PC. Free phone and email support.

What’s New

Version 2.11.8

*Fixed issue with Shortcut not asking for password.
*Fixed issue with native Calendar Sync not enabling in the latest iOS.
*Fixed crash issue with older iOS versions.

*Various fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

rmp2019pmr ,

Does not recognize home WiFi after moving from iPhone 7 to iPhone 14

I migrated from iPhone 7 to iPhone 14 and set up Dejaoffice to sync with my PC over home WiFi just as it was on my old phone. But unfortunately Dejaoffice does not see my new phone IP address even though it sees the network name (SSID). As a result, when I try to initiate the sync from my phone, it errors out with error “WiFi connection not available”. I cannot initiate sync from my phone. This is odd compared to my old phone on which Dejaoffice used to see the IP and allowed me to initiate the sync from my phone. Currently with Dejaoffice on my new phone I can initiate the sync only from my PC after pairing the phone manually on the PC. Any suggestions anyone?

Scraphappy7 ,

Changes in settings

Later, same day: the plus sign disappeared again. Now, I switch the Use Classic Edit from yes to no and back again and get a flash of a plus sign that then disappears. I really need to use my app! Please fix!

Edited December 17, 2020. Same issue with inability to edit/add to memos, but this time I had to change Use Classic Edit View from yes to no.

The ability to add memos, tasks, etc. disappeared (no plus sign). Only calendar had the ability to add item. Just about to right irritated review when I thought to check settings. Once I changed general settings, Use Classic Edit View from no to yes, the plus sign and ability to add items was restored.

tobias timberkand ,

My go to.

I’ve used this app for years and wouldn’t change it for the world. It fits my needs completely. I have only two complaints. The first is the backup. It will only allow me to back up to an email address. I don’t tie into apples mail app. On the iPhone and iPad, your app won’t let me back up unless I give Apple access to my email address. I should have a choice of where and how to backup.
The second problem is your cloud. It’s not using blind encryption. I avoid apps where the provider keeps a copy of the key or has a means if surrounding the information under court order. My right to privacy is a principle I hold dear.

App Privacy

The developer, CompanionLink Software, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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