What software-organizers do you use in your work?
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Myron Netchypor  Identity Verified
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Aug 27, 2005

Dear colleagues, what software-organizers (calendars etc.) do you use in your work to plan your activities, events, work etc.? Could you please advise some reliable, and at the same time userfriendly and simple application?

 

Mihail M Mateev
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UK Kalender Aug 27, 2005

http://www.8ung.at/ukrebs/ - free

 

dieter haake  Identity Verified
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Palm Desktop Aug 27, 2005

www.palmos.com/dev/tools/desktop - free

didi


 

Juan Jacob  Identity Verified
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Palm, too. Aug 27, 2005

Software and organizer: an old one -Palm m100- but it works quite good. Not free.
Luck.


 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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iScribe e-mail and calendar Aug 27, 2005

Myron Netchypor wrote:
What software-organizers (calendars etc.) do you use in your work to plan your activities, events, work etc.?


I don't use any, but the freeware iScribe is an e-mail program with a built-in calendar feature and the calendar seems rather feature-rich.

http://www.memecode.com/


 

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Plaxo Aug 28, 2005

www.plaxo.com - free, you can download onto your cell phone and synchronize it with the Outlook Express.

 

Vladimir Dubisskiy  Identity Verified
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just Outlook Aug 28, 2005

I know some agencies are actively using plaxo, but, personally, i do not like "pushy" programs - those which contact you demanding to input your date into someones scheduler and download htat program in order to be "in contact".

Therefore (and probably because I am supposed to use Outlook at my bank work) I am using Outlook at home for my pers. biz. as well.


 

Elena Bellucci
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Thunderbird+calendar extension Aug 28, 2005

Thunderbird has a calendar extension (mozilla calendar) that integrates pretty well.
Both under GPL licence ^__^

[Edited at 2005-08-28 09:24]


 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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I delete Plaxo e-mails directly Aug 28, 2005

aronakos wrote:
www.plaxo.com - free, you can download onto your cell phone and synchronize it with the Outlook Express.


I delete Plaxo e-mails directly. I know of many other people who do the same.


 

Graciela Carlyle  Identity Verified
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same here Aug 28, 2005

Samuel Murray wrote:
I delete Plaxo e-mails directly. I know of many other people who do the same.


I delete them straight away too.

I use Outlook which I synchronise with my mobile phone when needed.

It would be nice though if a program like Translation Office 3000 (which I use to manage my work) had an Outlook-like calendar with alarms so I wouldn't need to repeat the info for the reminders.

FWIW
Grace.


 

Myron Netchypor  Identity Verified
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Thank you! Aug 29, 2005

Thanks everybody for suggestions. Each one is interesting in it's way!

 


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