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New poll: Upgrade plans for 10.7.
Authored by: slswift on Jun 16, '11 07:53:28AM

I will probably upgrade to 10.7.1 when the first update is out. But Quicken 2007 is still a sticking point for me. It has it's flaws, but I don't think anything else, including Quicken Essentials, is as good. And I rely on it daily. I have another Mac I could leave on Snow Leopard, but don't know that I want to have to boot it just to do my finances.

All that said, if I do decide to leave Quicken 2007 behind, I think I will finally leave Intuit behind as well. Don't know where I will go next, but Intuit just has not taken care of the Mac market properly in some time.



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New poll: Upgrade plans for 10.7.
Authored by: anakin on Jun 16, '11 08:05:36AM

I was in the same boat. I used to use Quicken on my Palm to track spending too. You might want to try out Mint.com That's what I used to break my Quicken dependancy.

That being said, I'm REALLY looking forward to the new mail view. I use my Mac for work, and some of the back and forth 40+ email threads can be a headache when I'm brought in near the end.



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New poll: Upgrade plans for 10.7.
Authored by: slswift on Jun 16, '11 08:17:00AM

Yes, the Mail interface sounds exciting to me as well. I've been a long time Letterbox user to get a 3 column display. If I understand, Apple is finally including that as an option.



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New poll: Upgrade plans for 10.7.
Authored by: madsteer on Jun 21, '11 05:26:03AM

I had a friend who was using a lot of the advanced features in Quicken 2006 and Quicken quit working for him after one of the recent 10.6 updates. He switched to iBank and really loves it. You get a free 30 day trial for it, I believe. I think it let him import his entire Quicken history/database as well.



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New poll: Upgrade plans for 10.7.
Authored by: jeffbyrnes on Jul 05, '11 04:40:52PM

I'll second that; iBank rocks the house and makes Quicken look like a joke.

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-Jeff



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