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Before, I made a review on CompanionLink Professional. Very kindly, CompanionLink have given us three licenses of CompanionLink Professional (worth $99.95), as well as their RunStart installation service (worth $39).

To enter, all you have to do is visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BXKW2D6 by Friday the 21st of May 2010 (11:59PM BST), and answer the questions. We’ll then enter you into our competition, and you could win.

The contest has ended, but you can download a 14-day free trial over at the CompanionLink website, by clicking here.



 [EXPIRED] CompanionLink Pro Giveaway [Competition]

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Harry has always loved computers and technology. He enjoys breaking his tech, and then trying to fix again (usually successfully!) and loves about almost anything tech!• Favourite browser - Google Chrome • Favourite PC brand - HP • Favourite phone - HTC One

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  • http://twitter.com/clarkeac Art Clarke

    Harry,
    Thank you for this contest! Took the survey.
    Hope I'm not multiple posting. Sometimes (most times) DISQUS confuses me.
    Regards.

  • Grr

    Thanks for bringing this opportunity for CompanionLink software. I just read your review and will be glad to win myself a license. I took the survey.

    I have a question, appreciate if you could answer: I use both Microsoft outlook-2003 & Lotus Notes. Will this support both or only Microsoft outlook-2003? There are two types listed on the site, CompanionLink – supports everything & CompanionLink for Google – supports only Google & Microsoft outlook.

    Once again Thanks.

    Regards, Grr

  • Harry

    I'm pretty sure that you can make two different profiles, and work off that – you may be better off speaking to CompanionLink.


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