Check the version of your product

Here is how you can check the version of your product that is installed within Outlook. This post and its steps are applicable to both TMO and Almo For Outlook, our two flagship products. You can check the version of your product using these steps. Use the TMO or Almo menu to open Help screen […]

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Refresh your TMO or Almo For Outlook License

TMO and Almo For Outlook both periodically refresh your license from our servers. This process is non-deterministic to a large extent and happens transparently in the background. However there are cases when you might want to force a refresh of the license yourself. Should this be the case please follow these steps. Open the Help […]

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Registry entries for Almo to connect to Azure DevOPS

A few registry keys are essential for Almo to function properly. Without these registry settings Almo will not be able to connect to Azure DevOPS to fetch project lists or create and modify work items. These registry keys are created by the Almo installer however if you are organization uses a software distribution system, they […]

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TMO with TFS 2020 and Azure DevOPS

[3rd March 2020] Almo is now available for use! You can download Almo using this link https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=GOTMO.AlmoForOutlook On 6th January 2020 we are announcing – Almo – our new product which supports Azure DevOPS natively. You can read more about Almo and our plans here. What happens to my TMO licenses? Almo will support all […]

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Upgrading to version 6.* of TMO

This post is relevant only if you are a current TMO user and you use a version of TMO which is less than version 6.0.0.0. Settings File A file called setttings.json is used to keep all your user preference related settings. It is present in the path This is a human readable JSON file. Changes […]

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TMO find existing work items in TFS or Azure DevOPS

In addition to creating new work items, TMO can also find existing work items in TFS or Azure DevOPS. You can use these existing work items with Outlook emails, calendar appointments or tasks. Launch the existing work item finder tool of TMO by clicking the “New or Find menu” button in the TMO toolbar . […]

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