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Employees can easily use a flexible, dependable e-mail archiving solution: To the Outlook user, such a solution can be non-intrusive with no requirements for special plug-ins, client software or even configuration changes to their Outlook clients.
Series 2002-2 B-4 to 'BBBsf/LS3' from 'BBsf/LS3'; Outlook Stable;
27,935,000 exchangeable class 1-A-9 'AAA'; Outlook Stable;
This mini-application, in combination with PlanPlus for Microsoft Outlook and PlanPlus for Microsoft Windows, marries the millions of Microsoft customers with the renowned FranklinCovey planning principles that have helped businesses and individuals for years to better focus and execute on their highest priorities.
Some of the major features and enhancements included in Outlook 2007 include:
FranklinCovey has had a long-standing relationship with Microsoft and we are pleased to update our applications for Windows Vista compliance to significantly enhance the functionality of both Microsoft Office Outlook and Windows for individuals and teams," said Jeff Anderson, Senior Vice President of Product Management for FranklinCovey.
Competitive Power Generation and Merchant Traders: Credit outlook is stable to positive, reflecting narrowing power capacity reserve margins, a trend that favors profitability and operating cash flow for owners of existing capacity.
0 technology to allow deeper integration with Outlook and better overall performance.
Lyondell Chemical Company (LYO) ('BB-'; Outlook Stable)
Overall, ratings are not anticipated to change meaningfully as we enter 2007 as most companies have Stable Outlooks and the ones with Negative Outlooks relate primarily to margin pressure, which is expected to lessen in 2007 as commodity cost pressures moderate.
Corn Products) maintained their ratings and Stable Outlooks as their earnings and credit metrics improved.
Risks to the outlook include supply chain constraints and event risk (terrorism, disease, etc.