OnePageCRM Lead Clipper

OnePageCRM Lead Clipper for Outlook (desktop install)

Note: The desktop install version of the OnePageCRM Lead Clipper works for Outlook 2010 and 2013 only. For later versions of Outlook try our Chrome Clipper browser extension

Introducing the OnePageCRM Lead Clipper for Outlook – probably the most popular email client in the world. Now you can send contacts directly from your Outlook mailbox to OnePageCRM with just one click!

How to enable this integration?

Go to Apps > Apps and Integrations page in OnePageCRM, click the Outlook icon below Lead Generation Apps (if not visible straight away just click Show more apps). Click Install and then Download button in the Configuration tab. Once the Outlook Contact Clipper is installed, restart your Outlook application and look for the Add Contact OnePageCRM icon in the upper ribbon.

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Select any email and click Add Contact and we will fetch contact data from the email and open a New Contact  form in your OnePageCRM account which you can edit if required and save. Watch the video guide below to see how easy it is to install and use the Outlook integration.

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Greg Micyk
Greg Micyk
Digital native but born as Generation X. Worked for large IT enterprises like ACER and ASUS now enjoys smaller but far more dynamic enviroment of OnePageCRM. Love discovering new apps for SMBs and connecting them in small (and big) EcoSystems.

16 Comments

  1. Craig Riches says:

    Does this apply only to Outlook for Windows? Or is it as usual with neary every CRM that users of the Mac platform and Outlook for Mac are left out in the cold?

  2. Reg (potential user) says:

    Can this feature or a related feature pull the emails direct from outlook so they are visible on your platform under each contact?

  3. Tim says:

    Tried to instal and use this today but the app is actually closed for beta testing. Please email me when it becomes generally available.

    • Brian McHale says:

      Hi Tim, we’re working on the beta testing at the moment but will make contact once it’s released thanks.

  4. Mark says:

    Is this app fully functional now on Outlook 365?

  5. Mina LB says:

    Any updates on Outlook for Mac?

    • Brian McHale says:

      Hi Mina,

      Thanks for reaching out! Right now we do not have plans to update this feature for Mac but I’ve added you to our notifications list for future if we go down this route.

      All the best,
      Brian

  6. Mike Swejda says:

    Please add this add-in function so I can import an Outlook Contact directly from the Outlook Contacts section without having to have an email from the client. Thanks!!!

    • Brian McHale says:

      Hi Mike, thanks for commenting.

      I’ve taken a note of this request for the next review on this feature. I’ve also added your name to our notifications list if we decide to proceed with it.

      All the best,
      Brian

  7. Tom says:

    Why no clipper functionality on Outlook 2016? Other services–Evernote and Todoist, for example–have such functionality through current versions of Office.

    • Brian McHale says:

      Hi Tom,

      Thanks for your comment. Outlook 2016 is not something we get a lot of queries about for our clipper but it is something we’ll be looking at as an option soon. I’ve added you for notification if this goes forward. Thanks, Brian.

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