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    3 Star Lounger midnight's Avatar
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    Personal appointment software

    Similar to Lotus Organizer.

    Does anyone have any recommendations for a good one to run under Win7 64 bit? Version 6.1 of Lotus Organizer is (a) pricey and (b) iffy to run

    I have found AnyTime Organizer 12.0 and it looks similar and sounds good; download is reasonable but I always like to have the CD in hand and that, of course, is double the price.

    I have tried a few free ware downloads that leave me unimpressed. I guess 12-15 years of using Lotus has me spoiled.

    BJ

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    You could download and burn to CD?

    cheers, Paul

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    I use the calendar feature of Windows Live Mail (free). This gives me a very nice mail client and a calendar. I have never used Lotus Organizer so I do not know if WLM will give the features you need.
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    Take a look at Google Calendar....
    Google Calendar

    Google Calendar can also be added as an Extension within Google Chrome browser.


    Create a to-do list

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    Try Palm Desktop by Access.

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    I use Time & Chaos 7 - see it at http://www.chaossoftware.com/products.asp

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    try Mozilla Lightning ( the calendar attachment for thunderbird )

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    Followup:

    I tried a number of freeware and shareware applications, and nothing really compared to Lotus Organizer but I knew I had to get over that. I have downloaded and tried "Efficient PIM" for a couple weeks now and it will work for me. There was a free version when I got it but I notice now that there is only 30 day trial....

    BJ

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    Smile appointment software

    Many companies use appointment software programs to make there scheduling faster and easy.

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