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Marketcircle posts Daylite 3.7.3, Delivery 1.1

updated 11:05 am EDT, Wed April 30, 2008

Daylite 3.7.3/Delivery 1.1

Marketcircle has updated two of its key business applications, including the Daylite suite, and one of its add-on components, Delivery. Daylite 3.7.3 is said to improve the speed of online and offline database syncs by as much as five to 10 times, particularly in the case of some offline syncs. The software can additionally archive or strip attachments for e-mail, letters and notes, and schedule multi-day appointments in its calendar, as opposed to just multi-day events. Licenses for Daylite start at approximately $187 per user, with discounts in bulk.

Delivery 1.1 allows e-mail distribution through a new SSL-enabled SMTP library, as well as Apple Mail. Administrators, meanwhile, are notified automatically of updates to the software, and these can be downloaded and installed from within the program. Delivery costs roughly $98, and requires Daylite 3.7.3 as well as Mac OS X 10.4.9 and 1GB of RAM.

by MacNN Staff





  1. JayP

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Daylite Rocks!

    I switched to Mac a year and a half ago when starting my own small consulting business. Going Mac has been fantastic. And using Daylite has been wonderful too. I've found Daylite extremely helpful in managing my marketing campaigns, proposals, delivery and customer service. I've been very pleased with their customer service and periodic enhancements. If you're looking for a CRM tool, I highly recommend Daylite!

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