MS Office replaced with Open Office & Mozilla. What application for a calendar?

Austin

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Hello. My trial versions of office 2003 expired. I installed OpenOffice.org and it has more than enough functionality. I relaced Outlook with Mozilla Thunderbird. The only functionality I need is a calendar. Does anyone know of a good calendar application? Anything that integrates with Thunderbird? Many thanks!
 

dacali

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You can try the Mozilla Calendar plugin although I still find it a little buggy. Using another plugin, you can have a button on the Thunderbird toolbar to bring up the calendar program. It does it's purpose decently though, but I had a difficult time with importing data from Outlook 2003.

-Dacali
 

IceDigger

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I am also interested in a replacement for outlook. That is the only program which my pocket pc syncs with. Any alternatives out there?
 

CrimandEvil

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Sunbird is the stand alone version of the calendar plugin, something close to Outlook would probably be Thunderbird with the calendar plugin. I'm not sure if their is a good program that syncs with Pocket PCs, there are a few but they aren't very good.
 

Austin

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I got the calendar plugin working and it will suit my needs. I do wish that there was better integration with TB, but oh well. For free I will take it.


Anyone else using Firefox and loving it?
 

Zargon

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I've been looking for a similar program, just something to help me schedule my time. I love my thunderbird and firefox so i'm not wanting to give those up for a clunky program either. Waiting for a good solution.
 

Sean

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You could always use Palm Desktop. Its free, and you can sync with a Palm Pilot if you ever got one :D

Cheers
 
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