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Ekobit TeamCompanion for Microsoft Outlook

TeamCompanion for Microsoft Outlook is an Add-In from Ekobit for the Microsoft Office Outlook. It integrate e-mail and Microsoft Outlook with the Team Foundation Server. The TeamCompanion improves your project communication and removes friction from it.

With the TeamCompanion you can access project related information using Microsoft Outlook without having to switch between applications. It enables accessing some of most important artifacts in your Team System environment, such as team projects, work items, etc., without the need to use the Visual Studio Team Explorer or Team System Web Access.

More on their website at http://www.ekobit.com/ProductsDetailView.aspx?id=1

Cost so much though...
TeamCompanion for Microsoft Outlook single user license $139
TeamCompanion for Microsoft Outlook 5 user license $659
TeamCompanion for Microsoft Outlook 10 user license $1249

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