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There is lots of this already on list, but if you have specific
requirements, then please feel free to ask. I've already done this and
had some useful discussion on list regarding my requirements.
You say you want to sync with a handheld? Handheld what? Do you already
possess a phone/PDA that you'd like to sync with, or are you prepared to
go and purchase an entire package based on its integratability?
Do you need the addressbook (person details) aspect for yourself
mostly, or the calendaring featureset? Do you require a shared calendar,
or merely a calendar for your own personal use?
Perhaps if you give something specific a valuable discussion of
software can be had, whereas with your general request below, I can only
suggest to search google and see what comes up :-)
Hope this helps.
Bernard-Joseph Roche wrote:
| Hi All,
|| I hate being pedantic, there is too much of it already floating around
| in the list.
|| I am really looking for you experiences with any software you
| nominate, any gotchas, what you liked/disliked, what worked and what
| didn't, please.
|| Just one or two lines would be great.
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| From: Bernard-Joseph Roche <bjroche at gmail.com>
| Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 12:32:50 +0000
| Subject: Organiser for Linux.
| To: ilug at linux.ie||| Hi All,
|| I am looking for recommendations for PIM software for Linux. Ideally
| something like Lotus organiser. I would like to be able to sync it to
| a handheld too.
|| Let me know what you found to be good/bad.
|| Thanks in advance,
|| Bernard (no patents, give away his software for free)
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