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From: "n.east" <>
Subject: Re: [SR-NEWBIE] Personal Organizers
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 16:24:12 -0800
Not sure what type of "organizer" you have in mind, but one I use is the best of all that I have tried over the years. It's Cute Reminder http://www.cutereminder.com/
It sits unobtrusively under the edge of my screen and it is simply activated by placing the cursor on the small protruding bar. This slides out the selection panel, and one click on any of the four choices, either opens control panel (the main calendar screen), the reminder panel, the note panel, or the "idea" panel. I set it to remind me of appointments to be kept, bills to be paid, research to follow up, and family event reminders. It can also be set to automatically open with one click, any web site you regularly visit (and tend to forget otherwise :-)). The Standard Version at $39.95 is great value. You can download a free 30 day trial. After 30 days, it will still work, but you will not be able to add any new information (existing data remains active).
Sent: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 13:24:14 -0400
Subject: [SR-NEWBIE] Personal Organizers
Could anyone recommend a good Organizer Software similar to Anytime
Organizer Deluxe? I have tried Anytime several times but, it seems
that every time I have a problem with the program then I cannot
restore the backup after reinstalling the program. I have finally
gave up on it.
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