Unix users have taken for granted automatic insertion of a random quote-of-the-day in their emails since ages and that’s something Windows users still can’t do with their brilliant Ver. 10 of Microsoft Outlook. The situation usually gets unnoticed until you start getting those emails with quotes from a Linux guy and you find yourself incapable of “responding” with the similar cream-at-the-bottom. That was yesterday, however. The Outlook Quote is the cool answer to the quest and it does it all and more. It has very elegant user interface, extensibility, ease of use, ease of installation and complete seamless integration with Outlook.
Warning: This program was written circa 2002. It is currently considered obsolete. There are no plans to update it and no support is provided.