Who Wants a Free ClearContext Inbox Manager License?

ClearContext Inbox Manager is too well kept a secret and we want to recruit our users to help get the word out in a big way.

Along those lines, we are offering a free ClearContext Inbox Manager license to anyone who posts a review of the product in any public forum.  Weblogs, websites, discussion forums, and newsletters are all game.  We don’t care what the subject matter of the venue is (as long as it’s in good taste), the review doesn’t have to be a glowing recommendation, and we don’t expect a dissertation.  Just post a few paragraphs that clearly show you have used the product – not just a regurgitation of our marketing materials or someone else’s review – send us the link, and we’ll send you a license.

This program is open indefinitely – we’ll announce it’s closure on our weblog.  The only fine print – the license is contingent on our review of the post and we are the sole decision maker on whether the review qualifies for the program (given the guidelines above).

Thanks for your help in getting the word out and we look forward to distributing a lot of free licenses!

*** The free license program has been discontinued. This blog post remains up for reference only


  1. I think your product is excellent and I have only been using it for a week. Keep up the good work! I have already got a few friend very intrigued in this also.
    I posted this review for you on CNET (username: bfoster002)
    Cuts right through the Email glut!
    05-May-2006 07:22:44 PM
    Reviewer: bfoster002
    I am hoping the free license offer is still available!
    Bernard Foster

  2. I posted a review of IMS on zdnet. I love the software and hope this qualifies for the license.

  3. Review Posted: on ZDNet. Incredible piece of software!

  4. my ZDNET review:
    Pros: Simply put, ClearContext has allowed me to better manage my life. I am able to manage daily tasks and deliverables, follow up reminders and commitments others have made to me. Functionality such as assigning topics, filing threads, scheduling meetings and tasks has never been easier. This is, by far, the best little Outlook add-in I have ever used. It has changed my life.
    Cons: I have two PC’s, one with Office 2007 Beta 2 and one with Office 2003. ClearContext does not integrate well (yet) with Office 2007 Beta 2. Other than that, I really cannot think of anything big that I do not like about the tool.

  5. correction to above, it is on download.com at http://www.download.com/ClearContext-Information-Management-System/3640-2369_4-10552164.html?tag=tab_ur

  6. Jason:
    I just found your comment from last month – apparently the email notification from TypePad never made it to my Inbox. If you send an email to me at brad at clearcontext dot com I’ll send you a license.
    Thanks for the review and sorry for the delay.

  7. Posted a review at
    Hope this good enough for a free license and allow me to spread the word in the UK!

  8. I posted a comment on the 43folders board at: http://board.43folders.com/showthread.php?p=6357#post6357
    How do I get my license?

  9. I’ve included my comment about Clearcontext in 43folders forum.
    I’m GTD addict and I think that Clearcontext is the solution I was looking for
    I hope the post is enough to get the licence
    Thanks in advance

  10. http://cianoy.blogspot.com/2007/09/clearcontext-im-using-program-called.html
    Here’s my writeup

  11. The ClearContext Free License Program

    Drew Loika has written a very flattering review of ClearContext IMS on his PreMagination blog. In addition to a detailed explanation of how the product has helped, Drew writes: “Recently my demo expired and while I already deeply appreciated the

  12. A friend told me about ClearContext a couple of week ago, and I really enjoying the product – one thing ‘attachment’ summary for a person/email will be good.
    See my feedback here:

  13. The goal of this program is to get the word out about ClearContext. In the spirit of that goal, the following posts are not eligible for a free license:
    – A review on a blog with very few previous entries.
    – Comments on blog posts, particularly “stale” posts where the last comment is months or years old.

  14. Brad,
    I’ve posted a comment on the attached blog. I think that promoting ClearContext on the GTD market is important because there are a lot of users and a lot of tools but in the Outlook field in my opinion ClearContext is the best I’ve tried up to now.
    PS: how can I obtain the free license? this is my second post about ClearContext (I first tried it in 2006)

  15. Alberto:
    Please send us an email at support at clearcontext dot com with a reference to this review.

  16. Thanks to everyone who participated in the free license program. We are discontinuing for now – stay tuned on this blog for future promotions.

  17. Hi ClearContext team! Love the program, and wanted to post a review for you.


    Keep up the great work!


  18. Hello ClearContext team,
    I was hoping you might reinstate this program. I have been using the evaluation software and would really like to see the reporting of the full version. I have posted a review on CNET with my experience with the trial version.




  19. Kelly and Jason –

    Thanks for the reviews! Subscribe to our twitter feed where we’ll be running a few different promotions in the coming weeks:


  20. Dear ClearContex team,

    Here you can find my review “ClearContext – the outlook saviour? – a review”: http://martajac.blogspot.pt/2012/04/normal-0-21-false-false-false-pt-x-none.html

    Looking forward to hearing from you,