Re: Planner/PIM/Calendar Packages
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Check out 'plan' and 'netplan', complementary packages that are available
in Debian. They're based on Motif, so they're not the prettiest looking
things in the world, but they're really full featured and powerful...
On Thu, 20 Jul 2000, Mark Wagnon wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been poking around Freshmeat and the Debian package list for
> Woody, but I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. What is it, you
> I was wondering if there was a calendar/planner software that would
> allow one to enter appointments and tasks, then on any given day,
> print out a list of appointments and tasks for that day. At work we
> use Novell GroupWise, and it allows one to enter all sorts of info
> into a calendar, then print out a fancy page of tasks and appointments
> for that day.
> Anyone know if anything like this exists for Linux?
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