Social Network Analysis Of Email Folders

Ucinet for Windows
UCINET is a social network analysis program for Windows.
Analytic Technologies
Lovely Folders
Customization tool for Windows folders.
Backup To Email
The one click backup solution - backup your files/folders to your email account.
Backup To Email

Social Network Analysis of Email Folders

Customize My Folders
Customize My Folders makes the task of changing folders to an Icon a breeze.
Camtech 2000
Sperry Software - Duplicate Email Eliminator Across Folders
It is an application that eliminates duplicates of some emails.
Sperry Software, Inc.
Secure Folder
Lock, hide, and encrypt your local directories with ease.
SubiSoft Softwares
Personal Folders
IBM Lotus Notes Traveler
Power your social business with push email that provides access to email.
IBM & Lotus Development Corporation
Bulk Folders Creator
Bulk Folders Creator, software for creating many folders automatically.
iPhone DiskAid
Small but useful utility to enable you to transfer files and folders via USB.
DVD X Studios
Mass Folder Manager Suite Eval
It lets you copy, delete, rename and create multiple folders automatically.
Tagwolf Email Filing Assistant for Outlook
File your email to Microsoft Outlook folders. The fast way.
Allometa BVBA

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Social Network Analysis of Email Folders

Compare Folders
Compare Folders allows the user to compare the contents of two folders.
Social Network Controller
Allows that you can manage the time that you spend on popular social networks.
Oracle Social Network Add-In for Outlook
It provides access to Oracle Social Network Conversations.
Oracle Corporation
Advance Data Copy Tool
Copy and move data from one PC to another.
TechnoCom Solutions
AOMEI Backupper Server Edition
Backup, restore, cloning software for Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2011, 2012 R2.
Aomei Technology Co., Ltd
Ease Folder Guard
Easy Folder Guard is a security application that protects your personal folders.
Social Network Visualizer
Analyze social networks and draw graphs depicting their density.
Dimitris V. Kalamaras